all the best
all the best
The intrepid repos definitely need to be removed, as per Matt's post, but you there's also a key signing error for the main Oneiric repo.
To solve this, you could do:
Thanks for your comment on my membership thread as wellCode:sudo rm -rf /var/lib/apt/lists/* sudo apt-get update
Thank you, everyone. I will try that (as soon as my toddler goes down for a nap!) and let you know how it goes. - R
Well, it's a no-go. I followed your directions but I'm still getting error messages. Since I don't know what it is you've told me to do (just being honest), it's possible that I didn't do something right. Working off the command line isn't something I do every day. In any case, I may just reinstall and see how that goes.
Are we 100% certain of which release is actually installed?
I see both Oneiric and Intrepid referenced...
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I missed in the in place edit switch from my sed command. Much apologies.
If you run the command again with -i, it will get rid of your intrepid references.Code:sudo sed -i '/intrepid/d' /etc/apt/sources.list
I will amend my previous post.
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