Yes, it worked with changes made in repos as mentioned in my 1st post…
Sorry for the delay in replying, I didn’t notice your post earlier.
On 11th Apr 2015,Update Manager (mintupdate) showed 525 recommended packages to update. Then 4 to remove and additional 146 to install. Proceeded with it. Got downloaded @ 1+ GiB packages, took further 50 min. to get installed. During installation, after preparing packages, it asked
You will need a way to toggle the keyboard between the national layout and the
standard Latin layout.
Right Alt or Caps Lock keys are often chosen for ergonomic reasons (in the
latter case, use the combination Shift+Caps Lock for normal Caps toggle).
Alt+Shift is also a popular combination; it will however lose its usual behavior
in Emacs and other programs that use it for specific needs.
Not all listed keys are present on all keyboards.
1. Caps Lock 7. Alt+Shift 13. Left Control
2. Right Alt (AltGr) 8. Control+Shift 14. Left Shift
3. Right Control 9. Control+Alt 15. Left Logo key
4. Right Shift 10. Alt+Caps Lock 16. Scroll Lock key
5. Right Logo key 11. Left Control+Left Shift 17. No toggling
6. Menu key 12. Left Alt
Answered 10 here.
There are services installed on your system which need to be restarted when
certain libraries, such as libpam, libc, and libssl, are upgraded. Since these
restarts may cause interruptions of service for the system, you will normally be
prompted on each upgrade for the list of services you wish to restart. You can
choose this option to avoid being prompted; instead, all necessary restarts will
be done for you automatically so you can avoid being asked questions on each
Restart services during package upgrades without asking? [yes/no] yes
debconf: falling back to frontend: Dialog
debconf: unable to initialize frontend: Dialog
debconf: (TERM is not set, so the dialog frontend is not usable.)
debconf: falling back to frontend: Readline
Processing triggers for initramfs-tools (0.133) ...
update-initramfs: Generating /boot/initrd.img-4.19.0-1-amd64
cryptsetup: WARNING: The initramfs image may not contain cryptsetup binaries
nor crypto modules. If that's on purpose, you may want to uninstall the
'cryptsetup-initramfs' package in order to disable the cryptsetup initramfs
integration and avoid this warning.
I: The initramfs will attempt to resume from /dev/sda6
I: Set the RESUME variable to override this.
Processing triggers for libc-bin (2.28-8) ...
Is answering ‘yes’ to pt. 2 above OK?
It seems, as per pt. 3 above, I can remove ‘cryptsetup-initramfs’ to avoid this warning, should I remove it?
Resuming from hibernation works properly, no problem there.
Thanks Netrunner team.
Thanks starbuck for the ‘enable continous updates’’ link. I had searched it earlier but was unable to find.
Posted detail reply in view of totally newcomers.