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Is it possible to upgrade LiveOS by replacing /BOOT directory?

My solution is: Editing grub.cfg, adding a new entry to boot a ota.iso. After reboot, you should boot into the ota.iso, then update ota.iso to the target boot disk by livecd-tools. From my test ...
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apt-cache policy apt = phased 20%, meaning?

Phased updates are updates which should only be applied by a subset of all systems running a given release of a distribution; this allows updates to be rolled out progressively. This feature was ...
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Can't remove old kernel images to free disk space to solve "linux-image-... but it is not installed" / "failed to write (No space left on device)"

I can’t help you with your first bullet point. To resolve your second one, you’ll have to temporarily remove linux-headers-amd64 and linux-image-amd64: sudo apt remove linux-{headers,image}-amd64 ...
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Dependency issues with Mono prevent (system) updates and installing/removing packages

dpkg --list|grep mono|awk '{ print $2 }'|xargs sudo dpkg --force-all -P apt --fix-broken install this worked for me
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What is wrong with Steam version detection on my Mint 21?

From https://repo.steampowered.com/steam/ (bold emphasis mine): For Linux distributions Stable releases of the Steam launcher can be found in archive/stable/. New beta releases appear in archive/beta/...
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Unable to locate package mintupgrade

Trying to find negative information is difficult:- remember minutupgrade will not exist for the latest version of Linux Mint until it is released by the development team.This can be some considerable ...
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CentOS 7 not finding security update rpm packages

I am facing the exact same issue with Oracle Linux 7. We created an internal yum uln repository and there's a specific repo called ol7_latest. The problem is when we use yum update --security, it ...
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task with cronjob threw script

On any normal system, cron should available. So the installation of cron and the enablement via systemctl should not be required. It, however, makes your script dependent on systemd while that ...
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task with cronjob threw script

You can do this on one line by setting your editor to ed. printf "a\n50 19 * * * sudo apt update -y\n.\nw\nQ\n" | EDITOR=ed crontab -e Essentially, append a line to the file with your ...
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snap-store or basically any snap app cannot be run: user-dirs.dirs: Permission denied

Reconfiguring snapd worked for me: sudo dpkg-reconfigure snapd
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