I got a refurbished Dell Latitude 3190 2in1. I just installed the new 22.04.1 from a USB, erasing the hard drive. Install went fine, and I connected to the Internet and tried to do an upgrade, but the upgrade got stuck. After 30 minutes, I forced reboot, then upgrades wouldn’t work at all from the GUI or the command line. I followed the advice of @paui from this post. Then the command line started working again, but when it upgrades, it gives me a message that 7 packages have been kept back: libinput-bin libinput10 python3-software-properties software-properties-common software-properties-qt ubuntu-advantage-tools update-notifier-common
7 not upgraded.
I have no idea how significant this is, or how to fix it. Advice?
That’s odd - the update getting stuck is sadly a known issue with no good fix, but upon reboot, the GUI updater should have been able to pick up where it left off due to a fix we released to at least make the situation better. I’ll test and see what’s going on there.