Dear Markus, do you always have to be so unpleasant? But thankyou anyway for your post. I had in fact already read the log, and I had in fact already seen and applied the command sudo dpkg --configure -a before you posted. But it did not actually solve the problem. And it certainly does not explain why your openhabian-config software failed several times in the process. Perhaps there could be some bug in your code it that you might want to look at?
Nevertheless I tried a few more times, and got similar openhabian-config error dialogs. I am pleased to advise that (sorry to say but not really any thanks to you or your polite manner), I was able to solve it by downgrading to OH v3.0.1 and then upgrading again to OH v3.1.x-SNAPSHOT
Bruce. No. I read the log after I posted it, and then he posted that I should read the log. So he was not reading my mind either. The two messages simply crossed. I just expect that people try to be more polite.
Well so do I, so in the first place I expect people that want help to at least provide their share which is essentially to follow the guide Bruce posted and understand that they expect others to spend theirs time for them, for free. Bold letters isn’t polite either btw.
Then when I need to notice they didn’t do their share I’m not amused at all. You did not do a number of things you should have done upfront such as not to ping me, to read the docs (which would have told you there’s the debug guide), the guide itself, and finally you say messages crossed but frankly I still do not see where you have indicated you read the log let alone mention you tried those commands. But you still expect me to ask even more politely then call me unpleasant ?
No comment other than good luck on your next issue.
Can I ask why you want to run the Snapshot version? It seems you have little knowledge of OpenHabian and being on the cutting edge is just going to make things harder for yourself.
I’d also like to say that everyone involved in OpenHab is a volunteer and hence when asking a question you should do so with some level of respect - the way you came across is as though you are entitled to responses and support which will irk some people.