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I cannot update my Ubuntu 22.04 server

This is caused by a version conflict between an out-of-tree kernel driver and the kernel version. Frequent causes are VirtualBox and Nvidia drivers, while other no longer necessary drivers for Intel ...
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Ubuntu CVE status interpretation, is the package really released?

I don't really understand your concern (or question) in complete detail, but here's my take on it: The package gnupg2 is a "transitional package" that simply installs the package gnupg (...
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Upgrade Ubuntu 18.04 to 20.04 on virtual machine on Azure fails

you just need to remove like that sudo apt remove linux-tools-5.4.0-1109-azure
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How to upgrade 20.04 enough to do a release-upgrade

I would suggest just doing a clean installation of 22.04 instead of trying to start old and then upgrade in place. A lot more can go wrong that way. However, if you INSIST on doing this, then replace ...
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How to find specific old point-releases of Xubuntu (or any other flavor, I would imagine)

All ISOs of Ubuntu are handled by the Ubuntu Release team which keep only the latest at https://cdimage.ubuntu.com/, with the main products (Ubuntu Server, Ubuntu Desktop etc) moved to https://old-...
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How to revive an os after end-of-life

Ubuntu 20.04 LTS is still supported; so your system will still upgrade normally (you just won't get fixes to the Xubuntu/Xfce or universe packages guaranteed; but its still possible for a community ...
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How can I upgrade a package to a specific version?

With nobody's helpful comment, pointing to apt-pinning, I was able to come up with the following solution: You can pin a package to a specific version by creating a preference file for it (e. g. /etc/...
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Can't update Xubuntu 20.04 Focal Fossa (LTS) to the next LTS release (22.04 Jammy)

This is a very tentative alternative I'm considering (reluctantly -- it is a lot of work): Install a fresh Focal in an empty partition (yes I have a few). Do a dpkg --get-selections on the old system,...
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Intel ARC intel-i915-dkms dpkg error upgrading to HWE kernel 6.5

You are mixing the wrong kernel version (6.5 HWE vs 5.x non-HWE) and the intel-i915-dkms kernel module. It is only necessary and compatible with 5.x kernels. sudo -i dpkg --force-all -P intel-i915-...
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Unable to upgrade to 22.04 because `ubuntu-desktop' is broken after upgrade

sudo apt-get autoremove will remove the unnecessary packages. Then update to latest version using do-release-upgrade command.
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I accidentally installed phased update for gjs. How to revert?

The gjs package has been removed from my list of packages that were kept back by phased updates. It was updated as a result of running sudo apt update && sudo apt upgrade and the following ...
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sudo apt-offline install not updating

I found a problem and discovered a workaround. Shortcut to solution: do the procedure twice. More details and version problem correction bellow. I was trying to do the procedure I see over the ...
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UnicodeDecodeError while upgrading from 20.04.02 LTS to 22.04.1 LTS

You most likely have a binary file in your /etc/pam.d directory. A tar or other such package file is a common culprit for this error.
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GTK2 applications broken after upgrade to 22.04

Apparently Ubuntu switched to using Wayland due to the upgrade. It seems like GTK2 does not properly support Wayland. Switching back to X11 fixed the issue.
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Reboot does not clear "System restart required. Kernel SRU period has ended"

Do you have Ubuntu Pro enabled? Running pro status -all shows in part: NOTICES The current kernel (6.2.0-1018-aws, x86_64) has reached the end of its livepatch support. Supported kernels are listed ...
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22.04.1 to 22.04.3 or kernel upgrade?

Thanks to comments, the way to get newer kernels on a LTS older version is to install the HWE version. For 22.04, the command is apt install linux-generic-hwe-22.04
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apt update && apt upgrade gives lock error on Ubuntu 22.04

As a normal user you don't have privileges to run these commands successfully, you need root privileges. To do that, you need to prepend the sudo-command to your commands: $ sudo apt update && ...
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Error during apt upgrade for NodeJS

Okay, it turns out that I have had installed nodejs back then which was in conflict with node. nodejs -v showed v.12.22.9 and node -v was v.20.7.0. After sudo apt remove nodejs it works fine - sudo ...
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Ubuntu boots to a black screen with blinking a underscore character after release upgrade

This probably only applies to newer ubuntu versions (those that come with nvidia proprietary drivers). It seems release updates don't automatically update nvidia drivers to the one recommended for ...
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Update KDE Plasma on kUbuntu 22.04

I suggest you read https://kubuntu.org/news/plasma-5-27-lts-for-jammy-22-04-lts-available-via-ppa/ We have had many requests to make Plasma 5.27 available in our backports PPA for Jammy Jellyfish 22....
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Unmet dependencies and broken packages error while I tried to upgrade Ubuntu 22.04

The output of sudo dpkg -l | grep '^.[^i]' shows you can remove the following packages as done with dpkg --remove ... (these were listed rc). You need to purge them all. Lets remove them with: sudo ...
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Can't upgrade Ubuntu 16.04 to newer release

If after sudo apt update sudo apt upgrade sudo apt dist-upgrade sudo apt autoremove still Please install all available updates for your release before upgrading. do sudo apt list --upgradable sudo ...
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