Univention-upgrade deceives when exist unmet dependencies


#1

I tried to update the server, and in spite of the fact that updates of packets were available, univention-upgrade --check showed absence (package updates: none)

univention-upgrade --check

Starting univention-upgrade. Current UCS version is 4.1-3 errata282

Checking for package updates:                           none
Checking for app updates:                               none
Checking for release updates:                           found: UCS 4.1-4
Please rerun command without --check argument to install.

apt-get upgrade has shown

You might want to run 'apt-get -f install' to correct these.
The following packages have unmet dependencies:
 univention-management-console-dev

solution, for example:

# univention-remove univention-management-console-dev univention-ucs-translation-template
....
# univention-upgrade --check

Starting univention-upgrade. Current UCS version is 4.1-3 errata282

Checking for package updates:                           found
The following packages will be installed:
 linux-image-4.1.0-ucs207-amd64,linux-image-4.1.0-ucs207-amd64-signed
The following packages will be upgraded:
 perl,.......,univention-pam

Do you want to continue [Y|n]? n

Checking for app updates:                               none
Checking for release updates:                           found: UCS 4.1-4
Do you want to update to 4.1-4 [Y|n]? n

#2

Hi,

in case this is the same system as in UCS setup at console after univention-upgrade we should wait until there is a solution.

Best Regards,
Dirk


#3

yes, the same system, but my post is about the problem existed before updating


#4

univention-upgrade is just a wrapper for the usual Debian package-management tools.
Any inconsistencies for installed packages as well as unexpected repositories may leed to update issue.

I have seen that you opened a bug for this problem.
Lets see what the developers say.

Best Regards,
Dirk