--- Comment #10 from Patrick <> ---
thanks again for your cooperation. 

I deleted /etc/apt/sources.list.d/kubuntu-ppa-ubuntu-backports-xenial.list 
then redo sudo add-apt-repository ppa:kubuntu-ppa/backports 

then sudo apt update says : 

Lecture des listes de paquets... Fait 
Construction de l'arbre des dépendances 
Lecture des informations d'état... Fait 
Tous les paquets sont à jour . 

You should are right, I might have another repository which masks this one. 
But which one ? 

Here are the results of update (and the liste of repositories) : 
Atteint:1 xenial InRelease 
Atteint:2 xenial InRelease 
Atteint:3 xenial InRelease 
Réception de:4 xenial-security InRelease [102
Atteint:5 xenial InRelease 
Atteint:6 stable InRelease 
Atteint:7 xenial-updates InRelease 
Atteint:8 xenial-backports InRelease 
Atteint:9 xenial
Atteint:10 xenial InRelease 
Atteint:11 stable InRelease 
Atteint:12 xenial InRelease 
Atteint:13 xenial InRelease 
xenial InRelease 
Atteint:15 xenial
Atteint:16 xenial InRelease 
Atteint:17 xenial
Réception de:18 xenial-security/main amd64
DEP-11 Metadata [62,7 kB] 
Atteint:19 xenial
Réception de:20 xenial-security/main DEP-11
64x64 Icons [71,2 kB] 
Réception de:21 xenial-security/universe
amd64 DEP-11 Metadata [51,3 kB] 
Réception de:22 xenial-security/universe
DEP-11 64x64 Icons [85,1 kB] 
Atteint:23 xenial
Atteint:24 xenial InRelease 
Atteint:25 xenial
Atteint:26 xenial
xenial InRelease 
Atteint:28 xenial InRelease 
Atteint:29 xenial InRelease 

If you see any one of them which could do the problem ? 
May be I could remove all of them, but ppa:kubuntu-ppa/backports, and do the
then put them back. What do you think of that? 

But don't worry, as you said 18.04 LTS is coming soon ! and discover does
actually the job, it is just at the end where the probleme is. 

----- Mail original -----

De: "Nate Graham" <> 
À: "patrick charlot" <> 
Envoyé: Vendredi 2 Février 2018 14:59:59 
Objet: [Discover] [Bug 389685] plasma-discover crashes at the end when it
should show update done. 

--- Comment #9 from Nate Graham <> --- 
sounds like the PPA didn't get successfully applied. Essayez encore une fois, 
s'il vous plait! 

sudo add-apt-repository ppa:kubuntu-ppa/backports 

If that doesn't work, then maybe you have another PPA that's masking it and I'm 
not able to help with this any further I'm afraid. Luckily, the new Ubuntu 
18.04 LTS is coming out in just 2 months, and it will include Discover 5.12, 
which is much more stable.

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