If you are a Ubuntu user, you have probably encountered the following message.
Ubuntu Software Updater – Not all updates can be installed.
The above error prevents Ubuntu from updating its Core and other installed software. The error message appears like this.
The Partial Upgrade won’t upgrade the system to a new release. Open the Terminal window and run the follwing commands. Use the same order as below.
sudo apt update.
sudo apt dist-upgrade.
The dist-upgrade upgrades your installed software. It can change new version dependencies too. The smart conflict soluton attempts to upgrade the system to the most important packages. As a result of that, it is important to note that it may remove some packages.
Note that the dist-update command does not update Ubuntu Core files. To update the core files, please run the Software Updater again. Press Super-Key+A to open the application menu.
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