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Interrupting an upgrade may leave your OS in corrupted state. No one can tell you how to fix it; indeed most of us would just restore from backup or do a fresh install. In fact there is NO RECOVERY partition on a normal Raspberry Pi OS OS. If you want to attempt recovery of your data use a fresh SD Card. "how would I attempt recovery with a fresh ...


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If you use apt rather than apt-get (apt-get is the command-line tool for handling packages, and may be considered the user's "back-end" to other tools using the APT library) you should be prompted.


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You've asked a good question - one that's a potential concern to all RPi users. I'm still working through this - I may not have a complete answer now, but I'll post what I've learned now, and update when I gather "the rest of the story". Feedback, corrections and comments are welcomed. Some clarification on semantics is always useful when ...


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apt should be prompting you to accept the changes. If not, you can run apt with the additional option apt-get --allow-releaseinfo-change update This is due to the new release of Debian Bullsye which happened a couple of weeks back.


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