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It seems that the daemon died - Ubuntu 64 bit..

Asked by L R Bellmore Jr (Bob) on 2010-12-22

Below is the error report when trying to upgrade the AMD 64 version from 2.6.37-10

Upgrade ----
Changes for the versions:
2.6~devel+bzr1527-0ubuntu1
2.6~devel+bzr1601-0ubuntu1
Version 2.6~devel+bzr1601-0ubuntu1:
* Merge with upstream bzr revision 1601 to gain parser speed
improvements and man page fixes. Closes the following bugs:
- LP: #349049: document audit, deny and owner rule qualifiers
- LP: #466228: ubuntu-browsers.d/multimedia: allow flash printing
- LP: #644983: add ubuntu-browsers.d/ubuntu-integration-xul
- LP: #692216: use aa_change_hat() instead of change_hat()
- LP: #692217: add aa_change_profile.pod manpage
* debian/control: explicitly depend on gettext module.
* ship apparmor vim syntax file (LP: #646800):
- debian/vim-apparmor.yaml: vim addon definition file.
- debian/apparmor-utils.install: add apparmor.vim and vim-apparmor.yaml.
• debian/libapparmor1.manpages: ship aa_change_profile manpage.

error reported ----
It seems that the daemon died.

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Theodotos Andreou
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2010-12-23
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2010-12-23

HP Pavilion laptop dv6225.. 2GB Memory 120 GB hard drive partitioned to run the stable version of AMDi386 and the 2nd partition working on the upgrade to AMD 64 version...

HP Pavilion laptop dv6225.. 2GB Memory 120 GB hard drive partitioned to run the stable version of AMDi386 and the 2nd partition working on the upgrade to AMD 64 version...

Theodotos Andreou (theodotos) said : #3

What Ubuntu version are you using? What was the command that gave you that output?

2.6.37-10-generic AMD64 version ..

Theodotos Andreou (theodotos) said : #5

I mean the Ubunti relase version. From the kernel version you mention above it looks like a testing Ubuntu release. Unless you are a tester or bug squasher I would suggest to switch to a stable Ubuntu version (10.04 recommended, 10.10 OK)

I was asked to test this version by the developers as the stable version of Ubuntu AMD64 had a problem whereby the keyboard of my computer didn't work on the stable install. The developers of the testing Ubuntu release asked me to install it and see if the keyboard issue was resolved. It was. I have continued to work with this release to see if it continues to work with my laptop. This update gives me this error..and won't load..I really have been impressed with the AMD64 version and want to assist in the continuation of it's development. I have 2 HP laptops.. the other is my office unit and I have 2 desktops. My eventual goal is to convert all my computers to Ubuntu and help in the development (my hobby)...

I have a partition on this computer which is running the stable version of Ubuntu i386 (32 bit). It is working fine... I want to continue the development of the 64 bit version as both of my laptops are 64bit machines..

Best Theodotos Andreou (theodotos) said : #8

Then the only thing to suggest is file a bug report regarding this since this is probably a bug in the testing realease.

Thanks Theodotos Andreou, that solved my question.