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I would (and did) support the idea to stop/pause and give user opportunity to do purge himself because some PPA's are not friendly when purge is in order and only those are essentially topic here as...
So that case is off-topic here? Topic name is: ubuntu-release-upgrader should purge PPA's or am I wrong...?
Not a good way of making conversation is to put untold words in someone's mouth... Where did I say not to help them? I just said:
They use such PPA's? That is oximoron... ;)
If they do then they are to be blamed. Do not use stuff that You do not understand fully... But, still, I think that they do not ...
You've got me contaiged and I'm not sorry... VLC is now snap instead of .deb... ;)
In Canonical kernel team (unstable): linux (4.6.0-1.2) yakkety, and it is working fine... ;)
You did this on Xenial?
then try chroot
else You're in wrong forum but also try chroot
Once in that position either recover part on adb written by command given or (better, much...
Notice the (strongly intentional) difference in names of such (actually all, for sake of clarity of course) packages (kernels, images and headers, in this case) and You'll start seeing the bigger...
There was also a thread in U+1 about this recently but I do not have time now to search for it.
Yes, that is the main purpose of packages like linux-image-generic...
Having some other kernel does not mean that „proper“ kernel is not installed and I'm yet to see two identical installations of...
You've just reminded me that I did change default settings in SystemD long time ago so that there is no
delay present for network to get flowing... ;) That makes it a bit easier for this atavism of...
That all is as expected. You have to remember that all the network is weaved so that SystemD is default. But the original question was only if UpStart works and if it is surplus in Grub menu, as I...
1 root 20 0 43920 4372 2832 S 0,0 0,1 0:01.53 upstartOther thing is if that is a real/pure UpStart... ;)
:~$ dpkg -l|grep upstart
ii libupstart1:amd64 ...
Do You have (any) USB audio device or USB>S/PDIF converter? If not (as I wrote above, once that kind of device is removed all is OK) then You should not see such error(s), simple as that... If You do...
1. For a week (999 and now rc1) now:
Oops: 0000 [#1] SMP[ 24.989637] Modules linked in: snd_usb_audio(+) snd_usbmidi_lib snd_hwdep media snd_pcm snd_seq_midi snd_seq_midi_event snd_rawmidi snd_seq...
That would eliminate positive answer ad 2. I suppose, that is also possible, just being careful... ;)
It's history now but
sudo dpkg -i --force-overwrite /var/cache/apt/archives/bind9_1%3a9.10.3.dfsg.P4-1ubuntu2_amd64.deb
sudo apt install -fis a cure for situations like that.
With „break“ do You mean overwriting the file that is ame in two packages (bind9 and bin9-utils)? That is easily surpassed...
There is no such thing as „irretrievable harm“ in *ux. Apart from removing important personal files. So, If You want proper answer You should give us tail of Your apt/dpkg log-file. Apart from that...
By no means a solution. Patch may be... ;)
You do not want to leave it that way.
Left Shift button...