sakrecoer[bpist]thought i'd pop by to confirm that installing kubuntu backports did solve my issue with a broken kwin after an upgrade on on ubuntu studio 22.10 with ubuntustudio backports installed07:30
LuigiWriterThis is my first time here. UbuntuStudio 22.04.1 LTS upgrade to 22.10 get "/etc/apt/sources.list.d/ddebs.list:6, E:The repository21:01
LuigiWriter'http://ddebs.ubuntu.com $(lsb_release Release' does not have a21:01
LuigiWriterRelease file." then "Restoring original system state Aborting"   Is this a bug or can you point me to a workaround.  21:01
oerheksddebs list are debug packages? why do you needed them?21:06
LuigiWriterHave no idea it is called for in the Upgrade to 22.10 process21:08
LuigiWriterit comes with this intro "The Ubuntu team is proud to announce Ubuntu 22.10 'Kinetic Kudu'"21:10
EickmeyerLuigiWriter: Where did you get the information that you need the ddebs.list to upgrade?21:17
EickmeyerBecause that's definitely not part of the upgrade process outlined in the release notes.21:18
EickmeyerTo solve, open a terminal. "sudo apt mv /etc/apt/sources.list.d/ddebs.list /etc/apt/sources.list.d/ddebs.list.save && sudo apt update"21:20
LuigiWriterAll I can say is it shows up in the 650 lines of the upgrade installation which was presented when I was asked If I wanted to upgrade to 22.10 if it was in past upgrade code, it missed being deleted.21:25
LuigiWriterI will do your recommended solve and see how it goes.21:25
EickmeyerWell, it's not there by default, so you had to have put it there for whatever reason through some instruction you found on the internet or whatever. Either way, running that should fix it.21:26
LuigiWriterNo I am a plain user using a premade package sent to me by the Ubuntu Team.  I am not a programmer. 21:29
oerheksThose debug symbols are instlled manually, AFAIK21:29
EickmeyerThey're installed manually. There is no automatic package in the Ubuntu ecosystem that installs them.21:29
arraybolt3There is always the possibility that a third-party script might have enabled them.21:30
LuigiWriter"sudo apt mv /etc/apt/sources.list.d/ddebs.list /etc/apt/sources.list.d/ddebs.list.save && sudo apt update" returned "E: Invalid operation mv"21:30
EickmeyerRather, there's no package that installs the debug symbols repository.21:30
arraybolt3LuigiWriter: Just "sudo mv", not "sudo apt mv".21:31
EickmeyerLuigiWriter: ^ sorry, I mistyped.21:31
LuigiWriterok will correct and retry21:31
Eickmeyerarraybolt3: RE: third-party-script, agreed, because nothing would be allowed into the Ubuntu archive that does that.21:32
EickmeyerEither way, would have to be invoked by the user.21:32
LuigiWriterI get the "no release file" message.21:32
Eickmeyer!pastebin | LuigiWriter, we need to see the entire output.21:33
ubottuLuigiWriter, we need to see the entire output.: For posting multi-line texts into the channel, please use https://dpaste.com | To post !screenshots use https://imgur.com | !pastebinit to paste directly from command line | Make sure you give us the URL for your paste - see also the channel topic.21:33
LuigiWriterSince I cannot change the upgrade package code, does anyone know who can.21:34
EickmeyerLuigiWriter: That's not what we need, we're trying to help you get out of this.21:34
EickmeyerSo please, use a pastebin and let us see the output of "sudo apt update"./21:35
EickmeyerYou might have another bad repository.21:35
LuigiWriterWorking on getting it into dpaste21:36
LuigiWriterI have titled it "Upgrade package for ugrading from UbuntuStudio 22.04.1 to 22.10"21:39
EickmeyerThe title is irrellevant, it's temporary anyhow.21:39
LuigiWriterOK that was the log of the upgrade, I will do apt update and paste now.21:40
EickmeyerLet's take it one step at a time, I don't need the log of the upgrade. I'm just trying to get your machine to an upgradable state.21:40
EickmeyerPlease, don't give me more information than I'm asking for.21:41
LuigiWriterSorry was answering ubottu. 21:43
EickmeyerLuigiWriter: ubottu is literally a bot.21:44
EickmeyerIt was just telling you how to do a pastebin on my behalf.21:44
LuigiWriterSorry, I date from the 8-bit bus days and still learning21:45
LuigiWriterThank you for your patience.21:47
arraybolt3LuigiWriter: Considering how strangely your system is behaving, and also considering the fact that there **is not** code in Ubuntu that automtically causes the problems you're facing, perhaps it would be easier to just back up your data and then reinstall Ubuntu Studio from scratch?21:57
arraybolt3Upgrades can go awry, and generally once they start going awry it's easier to just clean-install.21:57
EickmeyerAnd especially considering this is the longest it has taken *anyone* in our support chats, from my memory, to pastebin anything?21:58
arraybolt3It might take a few hours to reinstall from scratch, as opposed to it possibly taking days to figure out upgrade problems.21:58
LuigiWriternever easy, Thanks, 22:00

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