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Guide Things to do after installing Pop!_OS 20.04 (Apps, settings, and tweaks)

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Have you done anything to your sources in /etc/apt/sources.list and the files in /etc/apt/sources.list.d/? I guess otherwise just be patient another day and then raise an issue with System76s pop Github.
 
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Could you show the output of the following commands (in terminal)
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sudo cat /etc/apt/sources.list

ls /etc/apt/sources.list.d
 

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You have some cleaning to do. Make a back up copy of those lists and remove anything that doesn't have a release for eoan. You may have to reinstall some programs on the other side. I definitely had problems with Teamviewer before.

Clean sources, run updates, then try again. If it fails again, you may have to straighten out dpkg.
 
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You have some cleaning to do. Make a back up copy of those lists and remove anything that doesn't have a release for eoan. You may have to reinstall some programs on the other side. I definitely had problems with Teamviewer before.

Clean sources, run updates, then try again. If it fails again, you may have to straighten out dpkg.
Okay thanks, I have just ran a backup snapshot on timeshift. I have also backup all my work on tresorit. but my software isn't backup per se' but timeshift does this I beleive (sorry for not quite understanding what you mean by cleaning).

I ran some commands to clean up the system but I don't think it did anything. So your saying I have currupted packages which is preventing my system from upgrading?

Please find attached what I ran in the CL
 

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Ok, although that can be helpful, it isn't what I meant. Try to either comment out or delete any entries that aren't pointing to eoan. For example; Teamviewer and spiderokeone.
 

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Also most software should be available in a more robust form via flatpak or snap, such that in the near future we don't have to use ppa anymore.
 

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