I don't have any issue on my system but I made a shell alias to do a proper rollback (see
) if one desires to do so, it does not work on apt based OSes but the logic is pretty simple to follow, grab an older package from the repo for your OS (apt, etc.) with wget and install it with your package manager (pacman, apt, dnf, yum)
it should be pretty easy to port that to debian based systems
An observation and poissible gotcha... Please tell me it doesn't matter...
NOU's scrips (referred to above) install some items (notably stellarsolver) under /usr/local whereas a default build and Jasem's PPA install under /usr.
Moving between install methods needs care as on my Ubuntu, /usr/local is in PATH before /usr.
e.g. you upgrade by installing to /usr, but you're still using the old stellarsolver at /usr/local