SuperEddy!ops | noooo waaaaa kline me waaaaaa00:43
lordievaderGood morning.08:34
BluesKaj_Hiyas all12:41
susundbergHey, i made something probably stupid on my machine: upgrade existing 14.04 to utopic12:45
susundbergNow during the update i hit : https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/kde-workspace/+bug/139439112:45
ubottuLaunchpad bug 1394391 in kde-workspace (Ubuntu) "package kde-window-manager-common 4:4.11.12-0ubuntu1.1 failed to install/upgrade: trying to overwrite '/usr/share/doc/kde/HTML/en/kcontrol/windowspecific/kwin-window-matching.png', which is also in package kde-workspace-data 4:4.11.11-0ubuntu0.2" [Undecided,New]12:45
susundbergThat is, apt-get -f install tries to install 'kde-window-manager-common' that tries to overwrite file from 'kde-workspace-data' that cannot be removed due dependency to 'kde-workspace-bin'12:48
susundbergany suggestions ?12:48
susundberg(other than take backups and do fresh install ;)12:49
BluesKaj_susundberg, did you update and upgrade 14.04 before upgrading to 14.1012:51
susundbergUmm, no i think this fresh 14.0412:52
susundberg(-> i ended up doing --force-overwite -- seems to continue, there is rather lots of files conflicting, i guess other package should be going away .. )12:53
BluesKaj_still needs updating and dist upgrading if it's from an iso12:54
susundbergOh, sorry i misunderstood your question, no -- actually not sure was it now up to date12:54
susundbergi guess there is no going back at this point ..12:55
BluesKaj_pobly not12:55
BluesKaj_unless you have  / and /home partitions12:56
BluesKaj_susundberg, I highly recommend separate / and /home partitions. If something goes wrong one can always just reinstall the OS to / and leave the /home partition untouched which contains your data and config files13:03
susundbergYa, i agree. Or rather have two '/' so you can always go back to old13:05
susundbergbut unfortunately this laptop does not have such luxyry -- not sure why, i guess it was suposed to be temp-installatioin13:05
BluesKaj_use the manual partitioning during the inatallation and reformat / and just make sure you choose the previous /home mountpoint as /home and ext4 or whatever you use3d previously13:05
susundbergThanks for the tips anyway :)13:06
BluesKaj_susundberg, try running, sudo dpkg --configure -a , then the -f install command13:09
susundbergI got it running fine with --force-overwrite on the specific package and then followed with apt-get -f install13:12
BluesKaj_susundberg, good13:40
BluesKaj_susundberg, btw this chat is for 15.04 support, the regular ubuntu chat is for all others13:42
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