Can't accees to 192.168.7.2 and Can't apt upgrade

Hello Everyone,
I use BeagleBone Green Wireless(BBGW) ,I can to ssh root@192.168.7.2 to board but can’t access to webserver(192.168.7.2) and i try to ping to 192.168.7.2,it’s can ping.I try to apt update && apt upgrade but it’s can’t to upgrade,it’s has a problem about bonescript
log error

Extracting templates from packages: 100%
Preconfiguring packages …
Progress: [ 0%] […Unpacking bonescript (0.6.1-0rcnee1~bpo80+20170301) …20170301_armhf.deb dpkg: error processing archive /var/cache/apt/archives/bonescript_0.6.1-0rcnee1~bpo80+20170301_armhf.deb (–unpack):
trying to overwrite ‘/lib/systemd/system/bonescript-autorun.service’, which is also in package bb-bonescript-installer-beta 0.5.0~beta7-0rcnee1~bpo80+20160526+1
dpkg-deb: error: subprocess paste was killed by signal (Broken pipe)
Preparing to unpack …/apt-utils_1.0.9.8.5_armhf.deb …

Can you check your webserver down ?
i can’t use bonescript

Hello Everyone,
I use BeagleBone Green Wireless(BBGW) ,I can to ssh root-Q0ErXNX1RuaILRgL6XHQiA@public.gmane.org to
board but can't access to webserver(192.168.7.2) and i try to ping to
192.168.7.2,it's can ping.I try to apt update && apt upgrade but it's can't
to upgrade,it's has a problem about bonescript
*log error*
Extracting templates from packages: 100%
Preconfiguring packages ...
Progress: [ 0%]
[........................................................Unpacking
bonescript (0.6.1-0rcnee1~bpo80+20170301) ...20170301_armhf.deb dpkg: error

  If it is "unpacking", doesn't that mean it successfully downloaded the
update.

processing archive
/var/cache/apt/archives/bonescript_0.6.1-0rcnee1~bpo80+20170301_armhf.deb
(--unpack):
trying to overwrite '/lib/systemd/system/bonescript-autorun.service',
which is also in package bb-bonescript-installer-beta
0.5.0~beta7-0rcnee1~bpo80+20160526+1

  This error implies you have a BETA Bonescript installation in place --
and that it may be causing a conflict.

  I'd suggest removing that package, THEN trying to install the release
version.

  OR, what may be simpler... Just download a recent OS image and write it
to an SD card, and boot from it.