Normally, when you run the sudo apt update and sudo apt upgrade commands all the packages are updated.
But sometimes if the dependencies of an installed package have been changed such that it requires installation of new packages, the installed package won’t be upgraded automatically and you’ll see package kept back error.
This error is related to M$ One Drive !
In order to fix this error you need to open a console like administrator and type the next command.
chkdsk /f /r
Oss.: You need to launch this command on the drive where one drive store the folder: you can check this path using One Drive -> Help & Settings -> Settings -> Account -> Choose Folder.
After that confirm & reboot the PC…. and arm yourself with patience
I love VMWare…. but for various reasons (beyond my control) I had to abandon the old VMWare VSphere server in favor of a brand new Windows 2016 server with Hyper-V.
One of the VM to migrate was an old VM Windows XP.
I know, XP it’s a little old…. I’m a sentimental and there are some old works of mine up there
….I know…. there are other alternatives compared to FreePbx that are equally effective, but…. I know well FreePbx and I do not want to learn new Asterisk-GUI !
For this reason in this post I’ll write about FreePbx.
The very first step is to install Debian 9.1: below some critical points.
My choice: Guided – use entire – all file in one partition
In my situation the device is equipped with a small SSD HD, and it is useless to create strange partition-geometries: the machine is used only for the Asterisk-PBX.
My choice: only SSH server & standard system utilities Continue reading