Bear in mind hundreds if not thousands of people have installed these updates without problem so there must be something specific to your three machines.
expat wrote:Ya I guess I`Il join the list of those affected by this upgrade. I have been on holiday for the past month and got home Feb 22, turned on my computer and had something like 451 updates waiting. I started the updates and got as far as sudoers then the machine froze on me completely. So I did the only thing I could do and hard booted to find I can get to the log in screen but the cursor and keyboard are completly unresponsive. I tried booting into recovery mode entered my root password and it seemed to help cause some more updates continued and I didn`t see what was the last but I wanted to make sure they were done and did apt-get update and at that point I had no internet connection.
All I can think to do is to reinstall, but I have spent sooooo much time getting my system the way I like it ........it kinda defeats having a rolling release.
Where do you keep your Clonezilla disk image?
You haven't got one?
Every computer user on the planet (on any OS) should have a disk image that is no more than a week old, then, when that old computer devil comes a knockin' you just laugh in his face
Interested to hear that you got as far as 'sudoers' before it froze. There is a discussion elsewhere about the merits of keeping or rejecting the maintainers package file. My personal stance on this it that you always accept the package maintainers version over your own (especially on such a major update) for the simple reason that his version has been tested with the new update and your old version hasn't. Which decision did you make?
I kept my version, and maybe that why it not working but hell I didn`t know that would break my system
aubreyzhang wrote:I had the same problems and got them fixed by downgrading both libudev0* and libgudev* files - hope that the fixed version of these two files come up soon.
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