The initial instalation failed leaving the machine at a command prompt. I then ran
sudo dpkg --configure -a
The only complaint was about my Apache configuration file. I decided to merge it and move merrily on. I rebooted, and everything seemed fine. That is until I realized that BackupPC (a backup solution I really like), wasn't running and neither was Apache.
sudo /etc/init.d/apache2 start
started Apache running. Apache started without any complaints, but BackupPC wasn't running.
sudo /etc/init.d/backuppc start
Everything was running as planned. Unfortunately on restart Apache started, but BackupPC didn't. I assumed it was something hosed in the init.d scripts. I tried just updating in terminal by
update-rc.d -f backuppc remove
and got the useless error message:
warning: backuppc stop runlevel arguments (0 1 6) do not match LSB Default-Stop values (1)
sudo update-rc.d -f backuppc remove
sudo update-rc.d backuppc defaults
For now it seems to be running fine and correctly loads at startup. Not sure why I was not getting any significant errors. There was a generic error about Apache terminating "caught SIGTERM, shutting down" earlier, but seems to be running fine now.
I'm also getting some generic error about in my syslog about "EDAC amd64: This node reports that Memory ECC is currently disabled". Seems to be well reported publicly and doesn't seem to have any noticeable side effects. More fun to come -for sure.