Small problems and their solutions.

Ubuntu distribution update error#

This is an error that appeared when updating to a new Ubuntu distribution. Error msg: Software Updater - Not all updates can be installed. Solution: sudo apt-get dist-upgrade

Terminal is not opening after installing a new Python version#

If you installed a new Python version without the use of conda, there might be a mismatch in the python naming in a bin file. If it’s possible open terminal through vscode or open a virtual terminal (VT) with CTRL + ALT + F3 and run gnome-ternimal. Does it throw a Python error? If yes run sudo nano /usr/bin/gnome-terminal and change #!/usr/bin/python3 to #!/usr/bin/python3.10 if the version you’re currently using is 3.10. Exit the VT via CTRL + ALT + F2.

Detach a forked repo on GitHub#

If you forked a repo and want to detach it from the original repo, use the Github chatbot-virtual-assistant. Follow the instructions and wait for the response.