La computadora se congelo al momento de descargar las actualzaciones,

Asked by Fernando on 2009-07-23

La computadora se congelo al momento de instalar las actualzaciones descargadas. Tuve que reiniciar pero al momento de intentar correr las actualizaciones de nuevo, recibo un error que dice "E: dpkg was interrupted, you must manually run dpkg --configure a- to correct the problem. E:_cache-) open () failed, please report."

My computer got frozen in the moment of installing the downloaded updates. I had to restart the computer but in the moment of running again the updates, I receive an error message stating "E: dpkg was interrupted, you must manually run dpkg --configure a- to correct the problem. E:_cache-) open () failed, please report."

I will appreciate your assistance to make successful the installation of the updates.
Thanks much,

Sincerely,

Fernando.

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Solved by:
Miguel
Solved:
2009-07-26
Last query:
2009-07-26
Last reply:
2009-07-24

Sólo tienes que abrir un terminal y escribir lo que dice ahi:

sudo dpkg --configure -a

Buscar orígenes del software en el menú sistema y cambiar el servidor de descargas que está en la primera pestaña también debería resolver el problema porque lo recarga todo.

Fernando (jfvalenzuela) said : #2

Estimado Miguel,

Muchas gracias por tu ayuda. El Problema ha sido resuelto. Mi experiencia ha
sido Windows y por eso la dificultad para mi el haberlo resuelto.

Gracias de nuevo,
Saludos,

Fernando.

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dedescargar las actualzaciones,

Your question #77911 on gnome-system-monitor in ubuntu changed:
https://answers.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/gnome-system-monitor/+question/77911

  Status: Open => Answered

Miguel proposed the following answer:
Sólo tienes que abrir un terminal y escribir lo que dice ahi:

sudo dpkg --configure -a

Buscar orígenes del software en el menú sistema y cambiar el servidor de
descargas que está en la primera pestaña también debería resolver el
problema porque lo recarga todo.

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Fernando (jfvalenzuela) said : #3

Thanks Miguel, that solved my question.