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It is the apt-daily-upgrade.service called with the apt-daily-upgrade.timer every day. I don't know why it make problems on your installation. Anyway, you don't want to run it automatically. You can disable the timer with: rpi ~$ sudo systemctl disable apt-daily-upgrade.timer The problem is that you can't do it because the boot get stuck on executing the ...


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dist-upgrade is the kiss of death on Ubuntu. It tries to replace the Pi specific boot code and firmware with EFI code.


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