Update to latest version suggests removing phpmyadmin

Asked by Vinay on 2021-03-27

I have Ubuntu 21.10. The current version of php7.4-cli is 7.4.11-1ubuntu4. The `apt update` is suggesting an update to php7.4-cli version 7.4.16-1ubuntu2. However, it is suggesting to remove `phpmyadmin`.

The phpmyadmin version is 4:4.9.7+dfsg1-1. The update of php7.4 from 7.4.11-1ubuntu4 to 7.4.16-1ubuntu2 does not cause any such issue!

Note: this is not just with php7.4-cli, but with php7.4-common, php7.4-curl, php7.4-gd, php7.4-json, php7.4-mysql and a few more!

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Solved by:
Manfred Hampl
Solved:
2021-03-29
Last query:
2021-03-29
Last reply:
2021-03-29

This question was originally filed as bug #1921589.

This question was reopened

Vinay (vinay-wagh) said : #1

Oops!!! It's Ubuntu 21.04. I will post it on a support site.

Thanks

Manfred Hampl (m-hampl) said : #2

For diagnostic purposes, what is the output of the command

apt --simulate full-upgrade

Vinay (vinay-wagh) said : #3

The command `apt autoremove phpmyadmin php7.4 php7.4-cli` and then `apt install phpmyadmin php7.4 php7.4-cli` did the trick. Now I have the latest version of all.

Sorry, I couldn't be of help on digging this issue further. ?

Vinay (vinay-wagh) said : #4

The command `apt autoremove phpmyadmin php7.4 php7.4-cli` and then `apt install phpmyadmin php7.4 php7.4-cli` did the trick. Now I have the latest version of all.

Sorry, I couldn't be of help on digging this issue further. ?

Best Manfred Hampl (m-hampl) said : #5

If the problem has been resolved and if you do not need further help, then please set the status of the question document to "solved".

Vinay (vinay-wagh) said : #6

Thanks Manfred Hampl, that solved my question.