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Yes. I did try "apt-get -sv upgrade". Got this reply: apt 2.0.4 (amd64) Supported modules: *Ver: Standard .deb *Pkg: Debian dpkg interface (Priority 30) Pkg: Debian APT solver interface (Priority -1000) Pkg: Debian APT planner interface (Priority -1000) S.L: 'deb' Debian binary tree S.L: '...
Tried it. Did not solve
I upgrade from Mint 20 to 20.1. Everything is running. However, if I do the command "apt-get ugrade" I receive a message "0 upgraded, 0 newly installed, 0 to remove and 1 not upgraded". I tried to locate which is the culprit package but no luck using the command "apt list --...
- Mon Jan 28, 2019 11:53 am
- Forum: Hardware Support
- Topic: High CPU usage due to wifi card
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I am running Mint 19.1 on a dual boot Dell Vostro 3558. I monitor the computer with Gkrellm and I noticed that there is a high CPU usage (as well as processes). Running "top" I was able to pinpoint it to Root. After googleing a lot, I saw a similar complaint for another system, and the cul...