@scottalanmiller I have not had to do that before with a normal backup to a .bak and then restore. Not some an place move like it seems you are doing.
Happens if going to a space with a different storage layout. If you are coming from Linux you are probably fine. But Windows injects the drive letter into the path (obviously) and so going from one machine to another that doesn't keep identical storage path names causes the issue.
I'm not sure that is the proper way to do it.
ppa are personal repositories - meaning someone put it together.
I think Ubuntu has offical backports, just like Debian.
In that case it would be better to get a the "newer" php version from the backport repository instead.
It looks like the ondrej/php repository is actually maintained by a Debian developer, Ondřej Surý. He is one of the package maintainers for the official debian and ubuntu php packages. https://deb.sury.org/
Getting ready to throw Mint Cinnamon onto a laptop although Pop OS seems to be the new belle of the ball nowadays.
Pop_OS doesn't make their own desktop like Mint does. Mint's focus is making an alternative desktop environment and Mint is just the showcase OS for it. Pop_OS! is a tweaking to Ubuntu used as the default on custom hardware.
Cinnamon is far and away my preferred DE. I just wish that other distro's / spins would integrate it as tightly with the underlying OS as Mint does. The add/remove (install/uninstall) integration right into the main menu is convenient. I just have an extreme dislike for their policy of staying on LTS / Stable packages and package base.
Fedora's Cinnamon spin is pretty much as integrated as Mint.
They are pretty much all integrated once installed. Many DEs have a software manager / software center gui now that is shortcutted.
My Dell XPS 13 lags after upgrading to 20.04. All graphics are fine, but the system simply does not respond quickly enough. Sometimes all is fine, but often the pointer is about half a second behind, so is typing.
And, I assume, it was snappy under the previous version?
Since the initial issues, mine has stayed responsive.