Cannot update 20.04 without system breaking
 

Cannot update 20.04 without system breaking

 

Hi, I’m having a rather annoying issue. When I update a newly installed Ubuntu 20.04, via the system update tool or the apt command – gnome crashes, continues to run in the background. Upon booting when the apt/dpkg process is no longer running I’m unable to login to the system from GDM. I’ve reinstalled Ubuntu 3 times, and it happens every time. Running ‘sudo xinit’ works perfectly, unfortunately it’s basic gnome with out any Ubuntu bloat. How can I find out what the error is and solve this?

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