According to your logs, uget was removed; it should be possible for you to re-install the Debian 10 version now.
To remove virtualbox-ext-pack, you’d usually need virtualbox; unfortunately, because of the stretch-backports’ version’s dependency on Python 3.5, it can’t easily be installed in Debian 10. To work around the uninstallation errors, you need to ...
The build.openvpn.net repository accept only the following Debian codenames :
Check your /etc/apt/sources.list.d/ then disable the openvpn repository. The package openvpn can be installed from Debian repository later:
sudo apt install openvpn
Its a little bit confusing, but
If you are tracking testing or the next-stable code name, you should always have a corresponding deb http://security.debian.org <"testing" or codename>-security main line in your /etc/apt/sources.list . See this FAQ-Item. https://www.debian.org/security/faq#testing:
Q: How is security handled for testing?
Your VPS is a container on OpenVZ, running a kernel which you can’t upgrade (it’s not inside your VPS). You’ll have to ask your provider how to proceed, starting with whether Debian 10 is supported at all. See Why is my CentOS 7.4 on kernel 2.6.32?.
apt-get doesn’t support rolling upgrades back. It might be possible to downgrade all the packages manually, ...
I see two ways you could do this:
You could try disabling all repos except the one that has the package you want, thus querying and installing from that repo alone. See the yum manpage for repolist, --disablerepo, and --enablerepo.
The other option would be to download the RPMs for that package and its dependencies and install those: repoquery --requires --...
deb http://security.debian.org testing-security main contrib non-free
deb-src http://security.debian.org testing-security main contrib non-free
The entries slightly changed after the latest release.
To upgrade to testing you should disable the security updates.
How to upgrade to Debian (next-stable) Testing
To upgrade to testing from current stable, if you have already installed the stable release:
2.Remove or comment out your stable security updates line(s) (anything with security.debian.org in it).
What do you mean by "latest"? You are using a Linux distribution which comes with a pre-compiled kernel. CentOS is derived from Redhat. Redhat backport security and bug fixes, so you don't need to be too caught up in the package versions when compared to upstream sources. If you run 'yum update' it is getting you the best packages including the kernel ...
If the system connected to the TV has another VideoOutput, say a VGA, you could
buy/build/get a VGA Dummy plug like this one & connect it.
Configure the HMDI output to be a clone of the VGA
(Maybe necessary) Configure the VGA output to be "Primary"
That way, when the system boots, it always detects the VGA dummy plug as an active output, and starts the ...
I highly doubt you can update ONLY php base package. The remaining (excluded) packages will still depend on an older version, e.g. for php-json:
» yum deplist php-json
package: php-json.x86_64 7.1.30-1.el7.remi
dependency: php-common(x86-64) = 7.1.30-1.el7.remi
provider: php-common.x86_64 7.1.30-1.el7.remi
^ you see the ...
The problem was the compat-libicu57- 57.1-2.fc28.x86_64.rpm file which was saved in
The critical error that was encountered was referring to an incorrect checksum.
To solve the issue the following steps were followed
I don't know why, I found there are two copies of grub.conf :
The system at boot uses the new file /boot/grub/grub.conf ... that lists only the old version of the kernel.
I fix this new file, reboot and voila' 2.6.32-754.15.3 is running.
I recommend learning to use pkcon. KDE Neon disables apt upgrade with good reason. apt upgrade won't actually update all of your packages, as KDE Neon distributes some packages which cannot be updated via apt. I am personally a huge fan of apt, but I just learned to use pkcon instead.
The link you posted in your last comment goes to an empty repository, not sure how that location got configured. You may need to audit all of your configured YUM repositories to make sure they are pointing to the correct place.
The package you are looking for can be found in the updates branch of the CentOS YUM repository
I get to update to postfix 3.1 using following sources:
deb http://ftp.us.debian.org/debian/ stretch main contrib non-free
deb-src http://ftp.us.debian.org/debian/ stretch main contrib non-free
deb http://security.debian.org/debian-security stretch/updates main contrib non-free
deb-src http://security.debian.org/debian-security stretch/updates main contrib ...