Quote Originally Posted by SheamusPatt View Post
It helped me, at least. I upgraded the 'ubuntuone-control-panel-qt' package in Synaptic, since it seemed to be an issue. Synaptic complained (after it started upgrading), but went ahead, and once it was done, software-manager could update without any 'partial upgrade' warnings.

Looks like ubuntuone-installer was the one with missing dependencies, if I recall correctly. Sorry, I meant to grab some of the log but lost it. Synaptic currently indicates that 'ubuntuone-control-panel-qt Breaks ubuntuone-installer'

Thanks.
The only thing left is to mark ubuntuone-control-panel-qt as „Automatically installed“ to be totally „legal“...
It is not ubuntuone-control-panel-qt that is important, I'm just making a remark so that a case when You „touch“ a package with apt-get or similar, manually, even though it is not even reinstalled or upgraded, it is marked as „manually installed“ and that could cause mental bookkeeping error later in the process of upadate/upgrade...