chris_uk[m]Greetings. I have Ubuntu Studio 20.04 installed and things are OK but the periodic system updates have stopped appearing for installtion every week or so. I have not seen an update appear on the screen for a two or three months. I suspect that I have gone and done something stupid and installed some software via Synaptic or Software (Centre) that has messed things up. If I run Software Updater, it tells me that 'not18:50
chris_uk[m]all updates can be installed' and offers a 'partial upgrade' instead. But it warns me that it will be a large download. What is the best course of action? Btw, I have had the Ardour 6 and US backports repositories activated since day 1.18:50
Eickmeyer[m]chris_uk: Try "sudo apt full-upgrade" in a terminal, that might solve that. Also, "partial upgrade" is nothing to be concerned about. :)18:53
Eickmeyer[m]It's due to an update in the way lsp-plugins are packaged.18:53
Eickmeyer[m]!ubuntustudio-backports | chris_uk Hence, these official instructions explain "full-upgrade" is necessary18:55
ubottuchris_uk Hence, these official instructions explain "full-upgrade" is necessary: The Ubuntu Studio Backports PPA contains newer versions of select software that is included with Ubuntu Studio. For more info, such as how to add this PPA to your system, see https://help.ubuntu.com/community/UbuntuStudio/BackportsPPA and !ubuntustudio-installer. See also !ubuntustudio-controls18:55
chris_uk[m]The Ubuntu Studio -backports and ardour - backports ppas are already added.18:59
Eickmeyer[m]chris_uk: But the instructions say to use "sudo apt full-upgrade", that's all I'm pointing out.19:00
Eickmeyer[m]Read the link.19:00
chris_uk[m]Ok, many thanks.19:01
Eickmeyer[m]I guess it doesn't say it for 20.04.19:01
Eickmeyer[m]Partial upgrade basically does the same as full-upgrade.19:01
* Eickmeyer[m] goes to fix the doc19:01
chris_uk[m]Thanks Eickmeyer. I upgraded and everything is ship shape and Bristol fashion.21:11

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