For the last couple of weeks mintupdate has been hanging at the end of updating waiting for me to close it, I just assumed it was some new behaviour until I clicked the details arrow to see if there was any reason it was staying open instead of closing on its own when done and there is this error displayed at the end of the output
W: Waited for dpkg --assert-multi-arch but it wasn't there - dpkgGo (10: No child processes)
I tried googling but that didn't bring back anything that seemed relevant, only old stuff from years back.
Can anyone tell me what this error means and how to resolve it, I haven't been messing around with any heavy package management recently so I don't know what I've done to cause this.
Also which back end (if this is the right word) does mintupdate use, as in does it run apt-get or something in the background?
Running Mint 14 64 bit with backports enabled but not Romeo repo
EDIT: I should mention I have no problems using sudo apt-get update; sudo apt-get dselect-upgrade