Carl Brown <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes: > I made the stupid mistake of running an apt-get upgrade from a "Root > Console - Konsole" session within KDE. This effectively prevented > the upgrade of all KDE components in use at the time, while > upgrading others. When KDE was restarted, it died of myriad > complaints. Running the upgrade again from the _real_ root console > solved the problem. You won't have this problem if you use an alredy user-mode konsole and pick New Root Console from the Session menu. This is equivilent to su -m from what I can tell. I run aptitude all the time that way and never have problems. -- Paul Johnson <email@example.com> Linux. You can find a worse OS, but it costs more.
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