This morning I upgraded my workstation which runs Lucid. I have found that there are 2 failed upgrades. The solution to those packages are trivial.
The first problem encountered is
that failed to found “
“. After a quick check on “
” directory, I found out that the given file was named “
“. Thus, solution should be an alias:
$ sudo ln -s /lib/udev/firmware /lib/udev/firmware.sh
After that, I ran the Debian’s configuration:
$ sudo dpkg --configure -a
It then hits the second configuration
Virtuoso Server fails
If you are using Kubuntu, which using Virtuoso for her semantic things, most likely you would encounter this error. The Virtuoso was 5.x version, but the one that would be installed is 6.x version. So, there are some new packages that need to be installed. Fortunately, it is easy enough to do so:
$ sudo apt-get install virtuoso-opensource-6.0-common
$ sudo apt-get install virtuoso-opensource-6.0
In Debian, *
is a virtual package to install the given software. But, here I must install the
virtual package manually. Well, after that two installs, the upgrade went smooth.
fix from :
Yesterday a silly oversight in the packaging of udev in Ubuntu/Lucid produced a breakage that consistently makes dpkg barf. Here’s a simple command line recipe to recover from it. In your terminal application, type: sudo sed -i ‘s#copy_exec /lib/udev/firmware.sh#copy_exec /lib/udev/firmware#’ /usr/share/initramfs-tools/hooks/udev && sudo dpkg -a –configure && sudo aptitude update && sudo aptitude safe-upgrade …then press enter.
$ wget http://launchpadlibrarian.net/39011493/udev-firmware.patch && sudo patch -p0 < udev-firmware.patch && sudo dpkg -a --configure && sudo aptitude update && sudo aptitude safe-upgrade