Error initiating Ubuntu

jotapeter

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Hello there,

After trying to install some dependencies, the following error is ocurring on UBUNTU (recent version)

error-ubuntu.jpg


The full error message in red color is:
Failed to start default target: Transaction for graphical.target is destructive (emergency.target has 'start' job queued, but 'stop' is included in transaction)

How can I fix it?

Thanks!
 


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G'day jotapeter, Welcome to Linux.org

After trying to install some dependencies
What dependencies are you trying to install?....for what purpose?
 

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Did you by any chance set up a timeshift snap shot. If so just revert to the last snapshot that worked.
 

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Hello there,

After trying to install some dependencies, the following error is ocurring on UBUNTU (recent version)

View attachment 11428

The full error message in red color is:
Failed to start default target: Transaction for graphical.target is destructive (emergency.target has 'start' job queued, but 'stop' is included in transaction)

How can I fix it?

Thanks!
I got very same problem bro.
Did you fix it?
 

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Welcome to the forums, are you setting up or have a dual boot system? if so try this
 

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What dependencies did you try to install?
Seems to me your /boot partition is corrupted, or maybe hdd is dying. Have you tried rerunning sudo update-grub?
 

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What dependencies did you try to install?
Seems to me your /boot partition is corrupted, or maybe hdd is dying. Have you tried rerunning sudo update-grub?
Have you tried fsck /dev/diskname ?


Whatever dependencies you were trying to install, btw have to be installed in the exact order in which they are needed.
 
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