Linux headers corrupt how do i fix?
I have a problem that after a lot of playing around I have finally worked out the following
My Linux-headers-184.108.40.206 is corrupt somehow.
I am assuming that no archive can be found due to it being an older version and no longer supported, though I though Xubuntu 11.10 would still be supported. I did try a fully upgrade but this error prevent me from doing the upgrade.
Package in inconsistent state
The package 'linux-headers-3.0.0-20' is in an inconsistent state and needs to be reinstalled, but no archive can be found for it. Please reinstall the package manually or remove it from the system.
How do I achieve one of the following.
1. Fix the currpot 220.127.116.11 problem.
Get a copy of linux-header-18.104.22.168 from where and where do I replace it
2. Change my system so that it starts via the working 22.214.171.124 normally without any intervention.
Currently starting via 126.96.36.199 and fails but can be manually selected to start from the 188.8.131.52 if I interven during the start process (boot via older linux version). This get my system working perfectly fine without any issues
3. Manually delete linux-header-184.108.40.206 and then I can complete and upgrade to 12.04
4. Another even better option to fix my system?
Greatly appreciate any help
Ubuntu 12.04/ Dual Boot (Windows)
Xubutu 10.10 RAID 5 with MythTV installed on top
Netbook respin 11.04