Problema de actualizacion de paquetes

❯ sudo apt --fix-broken install
Leyendo lista de paquetes... Hecho
Creando árbol de dependencias... Hecho
Leyendo la información de estado... Hecho
0 actualizados, 0 nuevos se instalarán, 0 para eliminar y 3 no actualizados.
❯ sudo dpkg --remove --force-remove-reinstreq libgl1-dri-table:I386 libglapi-table:I386 libglx-table0:I386
dpkg: atención: no se tendrá en cuenta la petición de desinstalar libgl1-dri-table:I386 porque no está instalado
dpkg: atención: no se tendrá en cuenta la petición de desinstalar libglapi-table:I386 porque no está instalado
dpkg: atención: no se tendrá en cuenta la petición de desinstalar libglx-table0:I386 porque no está instalado
❯ sudo apt install --reinstall libgl1-dri-table:I386 libglapi-table:I386 libglx-table0:I386
Leyendo lista de paquetes... Hecho
Creando árbol de dependencias... Hecho
Leyendo la información de estado... Hecho
E: No se ha podido localizar el paquete libgl1-dri-table:I386
E: No se ha podido localizar el paquete libglapi-table:I386
E: No se ha podido localizar el paquete libglx-table0:I386

If they are not removed because they are not installed;
and cannot be installed because they are not in the repos' then it sounds like they are not a problem. It may be that some software you installed listed them as a dependency, causing APT to look for them, needlessly.

What you can do is set your Graphics Drivers to the latest supplied packages using either the Oibaf or the X-swat team Repositories, run sudo apt update && sudo apt full-upgrade
and that should ensure that you are good on Mesa, GLX and drivers.
Then review what you have installed and see which one might be declaring that dependency.

I have installed the Oibaf repositories and now it has been solved!!! All the updated packages now appear and none are pending update.....Thank you very much!! Is it convenient to also install the X-Swat ones? Or is Oibaf enough?.....

❯ sudo apt update
Obj:1 Index of /ubuntu jammy-security InRelease
Obj:2 Index of /debian/ stable InRelease
Obj:3 Index of /ubuntu jammy InRelease
Obj:4 Index of /ubuntu jammy InRelease
Obj:5 Index of /ubuntu jammy-updates InRelease
Obj:6 Index of /ubuntu jammy-backports InRelease
Obj:7 Index of /danielrichter2007/grub-customizer/ubuntu jammy InRelease
Obj:8 Index of /ernstp/mesarc/ubuntu jammy InRelease
Obj:9 Index of /stable/ jammy InRelease
Obj:10 Index of /oibaf/graphics-drivers/ubuntu jammy InRelease
Obj:11 Index of /teejee2008/foss/ubuntu jammy InRelease
Obj:12 Index of /zhangsongcui3371/fastfetch/ubuntu jammy InRelease
Obj:13 Index of /zorinos/apps/ubuntu jammy InRelease
Obj:14 Index of /zorinos/drivers/ubuntu jammy InRelease
Obj:15 Index of /zorinos/patches/ubuntu jammy InRelease
Obj:16 Index of /patches/ jammy InRelease
Obj:17 Index of /zorinos/stable/ubuntu jammy InRelease
Obj:18 Index of /apps/ jammy InRelease
Obj:19 Index of /drivers/ jammy InRelease
Leyendo lista de paquetes... Hecho
Creando árbol de dependencias... Hecho
Leyendo la información de estado... Hecho
Todos los paquetes están actualizados.

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I would stick with only one - Oibaf or X-swat.
I prefer X-swat since it offers much longer support and Oibaf can be too brief. Other than that, I would say the quality of driver support is generally the same.

So do you advise me to uninstall Oibar to install X-Swat?

I can only list my own preferences, based on my experience with the stability and long term support or short term support provided by each. Oibaf has been quite good about providing effective solutions, but can be frustrating when they drop support long before the LTS O.S. has ended its support.
Since Zorin OS is LTS, but released quite late against the release of its base, this has been problematic.
Oibaf drivers will drop the Ubuntu 22.04 base support long before Zorin OS 18 is released.
So you have time... and either is currently good.

It is a personal choice on your part as to whether you would prefer a Long Term Support Solution. Switching to X-swat is very easy; just sudo add-apt-repository --remove the Oibaf repo, then add the X-swat repo and run your upgrade command again. So there are no big worries, just choose based on your needs.

I have uninstalled the Oibaf repositories and installed the X-Swat ones, thanks for everything!! you do a great job!! Greetings.

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