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Dear All
i try to update via lite update and command in both it get error as bellow :
"Processing was halted because there were too many errors."
also when i try to use "sudo dpkg --configure -a" it get error same .
please help me to solve this .
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Hello atpersian,
have you tried
Menu>Lite Tweaks> Package System Repair
and
Menu>Lite Tweaks>Package Cache
 

 

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i try Menu>Lite Tweaks> Package System Repair  and get error as atach.

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Can you try the Lite Tweaks>Package Cache
first, then try update, if failing try
Lite Tweaks>Package System Repair again

After this can you put the screen shot of results here https://imgbb.com/
then paste the code between IMG tags so I can see it on the forum
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its done
 

 

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Thank You.
From the screenshot, it shows you have partially installed packages on your system, it may work to clean the Package cache then Repair it.
If not working, then try, hold down Ctrl and Alt Keys and press t, to open terminal, then type in

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sudo apt-get update
enter your password when requested

then

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sudo apt-get upgrade
and post any errors from the terminal output on the forum
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it get error on upgrade too:
 

 

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In terminal -

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sudo dpkg-reconfigure gconf2
if it is failing to update still afterwards try

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sudo apt-get remove --purge gconf2 && sudo apt-get install gconf2
https://askubuntu.com/questions/77475/i-encountered-a-gconf2-error-while-installing-some-packages-what-should-i-do
 

 

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if your terminal is not accepting

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&&
split in to 2 commands, entered individually, before && (first command), and after && (second command), then not using && in either command.
 

 

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i edit it it get error as bellow:
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on sudo apt-get remove --purge gconf2
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 python3
 update-notifier-common
 python3-update-manager
 ubiquity-frontend-debconf
 netplan.io
 ubuntu-release-upgrader-core
 software-properties-gtk
 nplan
 python3-software-properties
 gnome-menus
 ubiquity
 ubiquity-frontend-gtk
 python3-distupgrade
 software-properties-common
 ufw
 update-manager-core
 python3-apt
E: Sub-process /usr/bin/dpkg returned an error code (1)

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on  sudo apt-get install gconf2:
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Reading package lists... Done
Building dependency tree       
Reading state information... Done
Package gconf2 is not available, but is referred to by another package.
This may mean that the package is missing, has been obsoleted, or
is only available from another source

E: Package 'gconf2' has no installation candidate

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You will need to wait for one of the LL staff or developers to assist you.
Removing them would not be good it says, it doesn't remove them as you have not typed the command it tells you to type.I won't add the command below as it may be potentially harmful it says to use this, at this time.
 

 

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Try now (for no installation candidate)

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sudo apt-get update
So that the APT database knows the software sources.
After this you may need to do


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sudo apt-get upgrade
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thanks for your reply
get error as bellow:
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sudo apt-get update
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Reading package lists... Done
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on sudo apt-get upgrade
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\,.
dpkg: error processing package python3-apt (--configure):
 dependency problems - leaving unconfigured
Errors were encountered while processing:
 python3
 update-notifier-common
 python3-update-manager
 ubiquity-frontend-debconf
 netplan.io
 ubuntu-release-upgrader-core
 software-properties-gtk
 nplan
 python3-software-properties
 gnome-menus
 ubiquity
 ubiquity-frontend-gtk
 python3-distupgrade
 software-properties-common
 ufw
 update-manager-core
 python3-apt
E: Sub-process /usr/bin/dpkg returned an error code (1)
 

 

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on every command it fist get bellow error:
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Setting up python3 (3.6.5-3ubuntu1) ...
running python rtupdate hooks for python3.6...
E: py3compile:183: cannot create directory /usr/share/hplip/ui5/__pycache__: FileNotFoundError(2, 'No such file or directory')
 

 

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Most of these (if not all) are to do with Python3 not being configured.
 


 


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