Once again I have told desktop Ubuntu to upgrade to a new LTS release, and once again it has compeltely shafted itself an hour or so into the process, leaving me glad I banish this to VMs where I can just revert time to before the whole sorry affair and maybe retry later, rather than running it on real hardware.
For some reason it pops up a notification that "StickyKeys is enabled" on startup, even though it isn't, and is also disabled, but that might be something to do with it having three different input mechanisms, because ibus is back to curse us again. It works, I'm not pulling that thread right now.
I also don't want to know mysql-common is apparently a very low level Jenga block that wants to install Unity desktop instead if removed, but you do you, Xubuntu.
(And I still don't understand how this update resets my random-on-login wallpaper to read from some other custom folder. Losing all the *other* settings so it's once-off and ugly-stretched is one thing, but resetting to a non-default previous value from years ago is a real mystery.)
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