ZorinOS 16.2 has been changed to Ubuntu 20.04.6 when I performed "sudo apt update && sudo apt upgrade -y". Is there anything I need to do? I noticed that the base files installed are from the Ubuntu version, not the ZorinOS version. Thanks
I checked and nothing else has changed except for the base-files and software updates. How can I revert back to the ZorinOS 16.2?
Der Panzer, are you on Core or Lite?
What is your output for
ZorinOS 16.2 Pro
What is your output of
sudo apt update
I just ran all available updates and rebooted - still shows Zorin OS as the OS name:
Fascinating. Are all of your Zorin Apps in place, like Zorin Appearance and Zorin Settings? Zorin Gnome Extensions?
What is the output of:
i think problem in base-files . base-files installed for ubuntu 20.04.6. I will try Reinstall Used Base-files ZorinOS 16.2.
I am at a loss.
I ran updates, just to see if anything changed on mine. It did not.
Your proper lsb-release should be:
DISTRIB_ID=Zorin DISTRIB_RELEASE=16 DISTRIB_CODENAME=focal DISTRIB_DESCRIPTION="Zorin OS 16.2"
If everything else is in order, you could change it back.
I wonder if a tricky install in the past necessitated changing your release file to Ubuntu in order to let the installer to proceed - but was forgotten about...
Is there any difference between this? I am still confused as to why I am experiencing this issue.
Honestly seems like, somehow, you installed base Ubuntu files over your Zorin install. Maybe you were installing something and it overwrote your OS with 20.04.6
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