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  1. [ubuntu] Re: Deja-Dup runs - but can't see the backups it creates?

    Yes, I do have a defined mount point in /media. Part of my attempt to get the external USB disk to behave more like Mac OSX so all users would have full access to the mounted disk. It sort of...
  2. [ubuntu] Re: Deja-Dup runs - but can't see the backups it creates?

    I was doing /// for quite some time, but then it's even worse. I get:


    Giving up after 1 attempts. FileNotFoundError: No such file or directory

    Then I found a thread which suggested I needed...
  3. [ubuntu] Deja-Dup runs - but can't see the backups it creates?

    I've been using deja-dup for my backups and it *seems* to run fine. Starts with a full backup, then appears to run incrementals normally. I see the files out on the destination volume with...
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    [ubuntu] Re: migration from 18.04 to 20.04

    Is there any way to identify the problem packages if you don't have a list of all the Debian installations? Perhaps using
    apt list --installed
    or similar?
    Could packages with dependencies built...
  5. Re: Trouble upgrading from 18.04 to 20.04

    I've been trying to debug MetaRelease.py with no real success.
    The log files in /var/log/dist-upgrade/ show nothing related to these update attempts.
    Oddly the log files are timestamped nearly a...
  6. Re: Trouble upgrading from 18.04 to 20.04

    It's set to 'lts' of course.

    I just realized do-release-upgrade is Python code...
    How does m.new_dist get set?
    What's happening in MetaReleaseCore?

    I have anaconda python 3 installed in...
  7. Trouble upgrading from 18.04 to 20.04

    I'm another person having the 18.04->20.04 upgrade blues...
    Been wanting to do this for a few months so I've been following all manner of threads on this topic.

    I recently installed the GRUB2...
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