phoenix3145 wrote:you must manually run 'sudo dpkg -- configure -a' to correct the problem
This means you need to run that command in the terminal.
Press ALT+F2. In the run box, type terminal to open a console. Then type sudo dpkg --configure -a
and when prompted, enter your password. Note that there is no space between -- and configure.
I am a very recent convert, one of those hideous windows users.
I'm sorry, what? You mean to say that everyone that uses Windows is hideous? I'm not following.
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