Yesterday I installed Linux Mint DEbian (or LMDE) on one of my machines. If you check the Blog Website, the last released version was the
201303. From last March until now, a lot of packages have been updated, therefore it is customary to update (and upgrade) the system right after the installation.
Nonetheless, if you do that… things will go completely wrong.
# apt-get update # apt-cache policy debian-system-adjustments
Candidate packages are not the same, then install the new one… and then proceed to the upgrade of the system,
# apt-get install debian-system-adjustments # apt-get dist-upgrade
1You will need
root power, or using the
sudo command at the beginning of each line