> On 12-06-18 04:27 PM, Colin Law wrote:
> > On 18 June 2012 21:19, Udvarias Ur <udvarias1@gmai...> wrote:
> >> Earlier today 'Upgrade Manager' informed me that there were 15 packages to
> >> upgrade.
> >> Security upgrades: involving several apt related packages. and
> >> Purposed upgrades: involving several kernel related packages.
> >> I've been postponing upgrading to 12.04 until after I've successfully
> >> installed the nVidia driver I downloaded.
> >> After I accepted the installation of these 15 packages, I got (I now know)
> >> the mistaken impression that 12.04 was being installed. I used 'Top' to kill
> >> 'Upgrade Manager.' Now neither 'Upgrade Manager' nor 'Aptitude Package
> >> Manager' will even find let alone install these upgrades.
> >> How can I remedy this problem?
> > In a terminal try
> > sudo apt-get update && sudo apt-get dist-upgrade
> > Colin
> Tried it. Doesn't seem to have done anything.
> Regarding apt, only directory dates have changed to 2012-06-18
> Regarding the kernel, still running 3.0.0-22.
> Udvarias Ur
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Try using synaptic and choose fix broken packages from the edit menu. Then run the commands
sudo apt-get update && sudo apt-get upgrade