@mikebabb Yes. And I'm counting it pretty-much a failure. Between /etc/issue saying I now have #ubuntu 18.10 (a downgrade) and something something completely blown up around #DNS name resolution (all finger point at systemd-resolved not actually listening on port 53, blog post on debugging process coming ), I've decided to just back up and install 20.04 clean.
@eludom Yikes, yeah that all sounds a bit of a mess and a clean install is probably the fastest way out of it!
I always kept /home/ on its own partition to maintain configs and get up and running again quickly after a clean install. That way it's just a case of installing over /, pointing the installer to the home partition, and logging in with the same username and password before installing all your applications.
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