I am having trouble finishing some updates. As you can see, the mesa vulkan drivers are giving me some trouble. I tried doing a specific "sudo apt upgrade [the drivers]" but it didn't work, and neither did "sudo apt dist-upgrade."
Am I doing something wrong? thank you.
It looks like only the 32bit drivers are held.
What is the terminal output of:
Ok, please check in
Software & Updates that you are set to Main Server
And that the following Sources are checked (Four of them):
Close out Software & Updates - refresh if it asks...
Open terminal and run:
sudo apt clean && sudo apt autoremove
sudo apt update && sudo apt full-upgrade
relay the results
It seems nothing has changed.
full-upgrade should have handled that...
Can you try
sudo apt dist-upgrade
sudo apt --with-new-pkgs upgrade
If still no good, try
sudo apt install -y libgl1-mesa-dri:i386 libglapi-mesa:i386 libglx-mesa0:i386
. Note Any Warnings or Replacements - it may be holding those packages back for a good reason. Check the Terminal Output
The output on this image.
In our repositories:
libqt5gui5/focal-updates,focal-security,focal-updates,now 5.12.8+dfsg-0ubuntu2.1 amd64 [installed,automatic]
Qt 5 GUI module
Try installing it:
sudo apt install -y libqt5gui5 && sudo apt upgrade
I just noticed that in this image it shows
You are not on Main Server.
I made sure I was on Main Server as soon as you mentioned it.
Sometimes, I see this happen, where it doesn't change, even though software & updates says it did.
cr.archive.ubuntu makes me think this is the case.
Can you check the sources list?
sudo nano /etc/apt/sources.list
Does this have anything to do with these repositories? I noticed right now that it includes "Unsupported updates" which looks rather promising for our purposes..
Pardon the tiny font, just wanted to fit it all in one picture
Great - ok, you can see that some of the entries say
archive.ubuntu and some say
You can use GUI if it is easier:
Navigate to "other locations > Computer" then, /etc/apt and right click on
sources.list and open in Text Editor - then, remove the "cr" on each entry that has it.
Cr supposed to be on the title of these files?
No, elevate up one directory and open
Ok that opens Software & Updates GUI directly