I have tried to install wine (using
apt-get install wine) up today.
However, after working a bit, the whole desktop decided to hang and I couldn't move the mouse.
IIRC, it was showing up "processing triggers for libc6" when that happened. I needed to force shutdown and restart elementary OS again and I did not have issue after then, but Wine was not installed and for that reason i could not start it.
But now when I am trying to do anything with apt-get it says :
E: dpkg a été interrompu. Il est nécessaire d'utiliser « sudo dpkg --configure -a » pour corriger le problème.
Which in english should mean :
E: dpkg was stopped. You need to use "sudo dpkg --configure -a" to fix this problem.
However, when I am doing so, it tries to end up the Wine installation again and so crashes again.
It requires me to use this command even if I try uninstalling Wine, so now I cannot use
apt-get (and probably nothing dpkg-related).
I doubt this issue is related to Wine, but because of some download corruption. However I cannot manage to cancel anything I've done.
Probably marking the wine package as not installed would be a very bad workaround but it would work. Is there any way to do this?
It probably could be a kernel panic as well, however, nothing showed up on the screen - It just decided to hang and I couldn't even move the cursor. I cannot find anything about a kernel crash in
/var/crash. Attempting switching TTYs with Ctrl+Alt+F2 didn't work neither.