I have just started to use my Raspberry Pi 1 model B with an SD card with pre-installed NOOBS. After the initial installation of Raspbian, the only thing that I have done, is used the Raspberry Pi Software Configuration Tool to change the keyboard layout.
Following the instructions on the Raspberry Pi Homepage, I did the following:
- sudo apt-get update
- sudo apt-get upgrade
I encountered no problems with neither the update nor the upgrade, but as the upgrade process went through its course, I was able to read a few lines of what was happening. Just a few minutes before it finished I could read things like:
- Can not open ...
- No such file or directory
- This likely means that your installation is broken
The upgrade process did not stop and continued until the end. I did a few ..
- sudo shutdown -r now
- sudo shutdown -h now
.. just to see if any error messages would appear, but everything seems to be working fine. Afterwards I also installed the program scrot for the ability to take printscreens, with an update and upgrade, without any mention of problems.
Question: Is the mention of "This likely means that your installation is broken" a common error and should I investigate it any further?
I am completely new to the world of Linux. There was only one maybe odd thing I noticed, but this could possible the way it should be. Before these notices started occurring, it seemed that the upgrade process was uninstalling Python 2.7 and replacing it with Python 3.x. After the notices started occurring, Python 2.7 was again being installed. I now have both, but this might actually be a legitimate thing.
Some information that could be useful: This information was exactly the same both before and after the update - upgrade.
I was able to snap a fast picture of the screen, but it might be a little blurry, concerning the problem encountered.
- df -h before and after
- df -H before and after
If there is need for any more information, just ask. I am new to the forum, but I think I got all the relevant information needed for someone to point in the right direction.