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KDE Neon and Postgresql upgrades. AND pkcon kde neon's tool

eddieloveskde
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I filed a bug at the wrong place.. They recommended it is a KDE neon-specific issue.

It happens when upgrading postgres.

https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+sour ... ug/1853468

* eddieloveskde copy pastes:

bug Description: Setting up postgresql-common (190ubuntu0.1) ... gives (on package upgrade)
supported-versions: WARNING! Unknown distribution: neon

urgh, though Linux KDE NEON is a well known distribution.

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someone wrote

190ubuntu0.1 suggests that you are on Ubuntu bionic or something derived from that.

The package needs to know where it runs, and it does so via /etc/os-release

# we have /etc/os-release, use it
if [ -r /etc/os-release ]; then
. /etc/os-release
DISTRO="${ID:-unknown}"
RELEASE="${VERSION_ID:-unstable}" # unstable doesn't have this field

Based on that in /usr/share/postgresql-common/supported-versions there is a mapping which default now applies.
That could for example be
DISTRO=Ubuntu
RELEASE=18.04

Which would map to postgresql 10.

In your case that isn't true. You are not running Ubuntu but a derivative.
If that decides to change these values then packages might stumble over that.
There is nothing to fix here, it is part of KDE-Neon as a downstream to maintain a Delta for this just as Ubuntu does to Debian and Debian does to upstream.

Changed in postgresql-common (Ubuntu):
status: New → Invalid
eddieloveskde
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oh forgot to mention the AND pkcon part...

https://bugs.kde.org/show_bug.cgi?id=414368

they say: pkcon is part of PackageKit (not a kde project) ..

I can understand that:
BUT: trying to report an issue for Distribution KDE Neon .. and pkcon is its package manager.
and it fails when a network interface is not managed by Network-Manager....
Maybe someone can look at source-code of pkcon and adjust it to use the network interfaces and routes.
raddison
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https://snapcraft.io/install/postgresql10/kde-neon >:(
https://packages.ubuntu.com/bionic-upda ... 0/download
https://www.postgresql.org/download/linux/ubuntu/
I have no idea. I haven't touched anything Ubuntu for quite some time now. ;) Moreover, I'm not a huge fan of PakageKit. I use APT, dpkg and debs. Hope it helps. ;)


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