how did you install vivaldi, opera and chrome? do you have the commands or instructions you used?What did I do wrong?
/etc/apt/trusted.gpg.d/. can you see if you have any files like that in there?
how did you install vivaldi, opera and chrome? do you have the commands or instructions you used?
Is OPERA guilty?
remove does not clean all.
dpkg --list |grep "^rc" dpkg --list |grep "^rc" |cut -d " " -f3 dpkg --list |grep "^rc" |cut -d " " -f3 |xargs sudo dpkg --purge
We do use LXDE 32 bit.
Now I can only boot the recovery modus.
@wedolearnlinux , back in June you said
You also said
- Is that still the case?
- If that is still true, at bootup, do you have a Grub Menu that allows you to choose between LXDE and Debian?
3. Is that for Debian?
4. If so, does it give you an option to drop to root shell?
If that is so, I can tell you how to proceed further.
Allow for timezones, I am in Australia.
Description: command for upgrading and sanitizing a Debian system
Upgrade-system offers a convenient way to keep a Debian system up-to-date,
yet free from accumulated cruft such as obsolete libraries.
It is particularly useful on systems that mix packages from different
releases (stable/testing/unstable) and on desktop systems where packages
are frequently installed or removed according to evolving user tastes.
By default, it is configured to purge all packages that are not listed
as another package's dependency. Less drastic settings are possible by
sudo apt update && sudo apt-get install -f [this should fix any missing packages]
change to RECOVERY
the PC is working fine.
Greetings to Australia