Upgrade apt bitcoin-core package – Bitcoin Stack Exchange

I originally set up my bitcoin-core node on Ubuntu 16.04 Xenial using apt.

The ppa:/bitcoin/bitcoin package repository that I used isn’t maintained beyond version 0.15.0, so I need a different way to upgrade to the latest version.

Options seem to be to use either snap or compile from source.

Would appreciate any advise on options. I have full blockchain and I don’t want to do anything stupid like deleting it.

Right now, everything is in /root/.bitcoin. Ideally, I’d prefer to switch to source compiling, so as not to run into this issue again.

Systemd & NetworkManager sleeping system after upgrade?

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Upgrade to pulseaudio 13.0+ on Ubuntu 18.04?

Is it possible to upgrade Pulseaudio to v13.0 or higher on Ubuntu 18.04? If so, how?

sql server – ¿Qué tan bueno es hacer un upgrade a SQLServer 2005?

Actualmente en donde trabajo quieren actualizar la base de datos SQlServe 2005,a la versión 2019.Pero la base de datos 2005 contiene los siguientes objetos :

  1. 179 tablas
  2. 100 procedimientos almacenados

¿Al realizar el Upgrade a SQLServer 2019 es probable que funciones todos mis objetos? o
¿Esto requiere un esfuerzo de actualización a mis procedimientos almacenado?

Upgrade to Ubuntu 20.04 fails on lsof

I recently upgraded from 16.04 to 18.04.4 LTS, and now want to upgrade again to 20.04 LTS using

sudo do-release-upgrade -d

The process fails with an error message about ppas, but the log files show that the problem has to do with ubuntu-standard and lsof conflicts. It appears that it can’t resolve the conflict between lsof:amd and lsof:i386. I tried remove these and reinstalling them, but nothing worked yet.

Is there anything I can do, or should I wait and hope this gets resolved by the package maintainers?

Starting pkgProblemResolver with broken count: 1
Starting 2 pkgProblemResolver with broken count: 1
Investigating (0) ubuntu-standard:amd64 < 1.417.4 -> 1.450.1 @ii umU Ib >
Broken ubuntu-standard:amd64 Depends on lsof:amd64 < 4.89+dfsg-0.1 | 4.93.2+dfsg-1 @ii ugR >
  Considering lsof:amd64 0 as a solution to ubuntu-standard:amd64 2
  Added lsof:amd64 to the remove list
  Fixing ubuntu-standard:amd64 via keep of lsof:amd64
  MarkKeep lsof:amd64 < 4.89+dfsg-0.1 | 4.93.2+dfsg-1 @ii ugR > FU=0
Investigating (0) lsof:amd64 < 4.89+dfsg-0.1 | 4.93.2+dfsg-1 @ii ugH Ib >
Broken lsof:amd64 Conflicts on lsof:i386 < none -> 4.93.2+dfsg-1 @un umN Ib >
  Considering lsof:i386 4 as a solution to lsof:amd64 0
  Re-Instated lsof:amd64
Investigating (1) lsof:i386 < none -> 4.93.2+dfsg-1 @un umN Ib >
Broken lsof:i386 Conflicts on lsof:amd64 < 4.89+dfsg-0.1 -> 4.93.2+dfsg-1 @ii ugU Ib >
  Considering lsof:amd64 0 as a solution to lsof:i386 4
  Added lsof:amd64 to the remove list
  Conflicts//Breaks against version 4.89+dfsg-0.1 for lsof but that is not InstVer, ignoring
  Fixing lsof:i386 via remove of lsof:amd64
  MarkDelete lsof:amd64 < 4.89+dfsg-0.1 -> 4.93.2+dfsg-1 @ii ugU Ib > FU=0
Investigating (1) ubuntu-standard:amd64 < 1.417.4 -> 1.450.1 @ii umU Ib >
Broken ubuntu-standard:amd64 Depends on lsof:amd64 < 4.89+dfsg-0.1 | 4.93.2+dfsg-1 @ii ugR >
  Considering lsof:amd64 0 as a solution to ubuntu-standard:amd64 2
  Added lsof:amd64 to the remove list
  Fixing ubuntu-standard:amd64 via keep of lsof:amd64
  MarkKeep lsof:amd64 < 4.89+dfsg-0.1 | 4.93.2+dfsg-1 @ii ugR > FU=0
Investigating (1) lsof:amd64 < 4.89+dfsg-0.1 | 4.93.2+dfsg-1 @ii ugH Ib >
Broken lsof:amd64 Conflicts on lsof:i386 < none -> 4.93.2+dfsg-1 @un umN Ib >
  Considering lsof:i386 4 as a solution to lsof:amd64 0
  Removing lsof:amd64 rather than change lsof:i386
  MarkDelete lsof:amd64 < 4.89+dfsg-0.1 | 4.93.2+dfsg-1 @ii ugH Ib > FU=0
Investigating (2) ubuntu-standard:amd64 < 1.417.4 -> 1.450.1 @ii umU Ib >
Broken ubuntu-standard:amd64 Depends on lsof:amd64 < 4.89+dfsg-0.1 | 4.93.2+dfsg-1 @ii ugR >
  Considering lsof:amd64 0 as a solution to ubuntu-standard:amd64 2
  Added lsof:amd64 to the remove list
  Fixing ubuntu-standard:amd64 via keep of lsof:amd64
  MarkKeep lsof:amd64 < 4.89+dfsg-0.1 | 4.93.2+dfsg-1 @ii ugR > FU=0
Investigating (2) lsof:amd64 < 4.89+dfsg-0.1 | 4.93.2+dfsg-1 @ii ugH Ib >
Broken lsof:amd64 Conflicts on lsof:i386 < none -> 4.93.2+dfsg-1 @un umN Ib >
  Considering lsof:i386 4 as a solution to lsof:amd64 2
  Removing lsof:amd64 rather than change lsof:i386
  MarkDelete lsof:amd64 < 4.89+dfsg-0.1 | 4.93.2+dfsg-1 @ii ugH Ib > FU=0
Investigating (3) ubuntu-standard:amd64 < 1.417.4 -> 1.450.1 @ii umU Ib >
Broken ubuntu-standard:amd64 Depends on lsof:amd64 < 4.89+dfsg-0.1 | 4.93.2+dfsg-1 @ii ugR >
  Considering lsof:amd64 4 as a solution to ubuntu-standard:amd64 2
  MarkKeep ubuntu-standard:amd64 < 1.417.4 -> 1.450.1 @ii umU Ib > FU=0
    Reinst Failed because of lsof:amd64
  MarkKeep ubuntu-standard:amd64 < 1.417.4 -> 1.450.1 @ii umU Ib > FU=0
  Removing ubuntu-standard:amd64 rather than change lsof:amd64

...

DEBUG The package 'ubuntu-standard' is marked for removal but it's in the removal blacklist
ERROR Dist-upgrade failed: 'The package 'ubuntu-standard' is marked for removal but it is in the removal blacklist.'

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postgresql – upgrade from 9.4 to 9.6 using pg_upgrade fails

I’m using pg_upgrade to upgrade postgresql from 9.4 to 9.6.Both versions are installed on windows server 2016.I followed the steps described in https://www.postgresql.org/docs/current/pgupgrade.html. Just as following:

 RUNAS /USER:postgres "CMD.EXE"
 SET PATH=%Path%;D:Program FilesPostresql 9.6bin;
 D:Program FilesPostresql 9.6bin>pg_upgrade.exe --old-datadir "D:/Program Files/Postgresql/data" --new-datadir "D:/Program Files/Postresql 9.6/data" --old-bindir "D:/Program Files/Postgresql/bin" --new-bindir "D:/Program Files/Postresql 9.6/bin"
 

After run I got this

check for "D:/Program Files/Postgresql/data/base" failed: No such file or directory
Failure, exiting

I’ve checked,the directory exists and “postgres” have all previliges. I’m new to postgresql,pls tell me how could I solve this.

Hanging internet connection during Ubuntu upgrade

During an upgrade of Ubuntu 18.04 to 20.04 the wireless network connection hanged suddenly. I do not have access to the internet nor I am able to close the connection to the wireless network and reconnect or connect to another network. Now, during the installation phase of the upgrade, still the upgrade wants to download from the internet and hangs now.

Is there anything I can do to force the connection to close. Or is there a possibility to interrupt the upgrade manually and resume after a system restart?

upgrade – How to fix dependency problems in dpkg?

I have tried upgrading Ubuntu several times and each time it has failed, informing me there are dependency issues.

Each time, I receive this message:

                                      Errors were encountered while processing:
 dms-core
 dms-dr
 dms
 dms-wsgi
E: Sub-process /usr/bin/dpkg returned an error code (1)

If I scroll up, I am told:

dpkg: error processing package dms (--configure):
 dependency problems - leaving unconfigured
dpkg: dependency problems prevent configuration of dms-wsgi:
 dms-wsgi depends on dms-core (= 1.0.8.1-1ubuntu2); however:
  Package dms-core is not configured yet.

(The same applies for the other three failed processes, too)

So, naturally, I used:

sudo apt-get -f install

sudo dpkg --configure -a

Though the same message keeps reappearing, and I am not sure where to go from here.

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