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Is there a repository change? Or is it down?

 

Err:10 https://mirrors.netix.net/armbian/apt stretch Release                                                                                                    
 404  Not Found
Reading package lists... Done                                                                                                                                   
E: The repository 'http://apt.armbian.com stretch Release' does no longer have a Release file.
 

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6 hours ago, Sigge said:

Is there a repository change? Or is it down?

 

Err:10 https://mirrors.netix.net/armbian/apt stretch Release                                                                                                    
 404  Not Found


There is nothing wrong on our side - we just don't build and publish our package upgrades for Stretch repository anymore. (automatically) Only for those marked as supported: https://github.com/armbian/build/tree/master/config/distributions Support from Debian ended 01 Jan 2020 and I assume kernel upgrades, which are anyway coming from us, are at Stretch going to die June 2022 (this info is extracted from quick search on the net, so its not official)

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Yes, but the the LTS support for Jessie is till end of June 2022!

 

https://www.debian.org/releases/stretch/ "Debian 9 has been superseded by Debian 10 (buster). Security updates have been discontinued as of July 6th, 2020.

However, stretch benefits from Long Term Support (LTS) until the end of June 2022. The LTS is limited to i386, amd64, armel, armhf and arm64. All other architectures are no longer supported in stretch. For more information, please refer to the LTS section of the Debian Wiki." --> "Debian Long Term Support (LTS) is a project to extend the lifetime of all Debian stable releases to (at least) 5 years. Debian LTS is not handled by the Debian security team, but by a separate group of volunteers and companies interested in making it a success.

Thus the Debian LTS team takes over security maintenance of the various releases once the Debian Security team stops its work."

 

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Ok, thanks. I did not realize I was on stretch :(

 

I did this:

sudo sed -i 's|stretch|buster|g' /etc/apt/sources.list
sudo sed -i 's|stretch|buster|g' /etc/apt/sources.list.d/armbian.list
sudo sed -i 's|stretch|buster|g' /etc/apt/sources.list.d/nodesource.list
sudo apt update && sudo apt -y upgrade && sudo apt -y dist-upgrade

 

then rebooted and run the update again.

 

sudo apt-get update && sudo apt-get full-upgrade
sudo apt autoremove
sudo apt autoclean

 

Seems to work!

 

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Welcome to Debian Buster with Armbian Linux 5.11.3-sunxi

 

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Hate to necro something that was already answered, but is there any way for someone to get (or build themselves) the previous stretch repo?  I have a device that is unfortunately stuck on stretch for the at least the next several months and the missing repo is causing a few problems.  Happy to provide the resources myself, but not sure where to look to get the old repo files...

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4 hours ago, evgen said:

Hate to necro something that was already answered, but is there any way for someone to get (or build themselves) the previous stretch repo?  I have a device that is unfortunately stuck on stretch for the at least the next several months and the missing repo is causing a few problems. 


Will be provided for the future https://github.com/armbian/build/pull/3087 

 

4 hours ago, evgen said:

Happy to provide the resources myself, but not sure where to look to get the old repo files...


Repository rebuild time is prolonged at each update and one block (stretch buster focal) takes approximately the same time to re-publish. Now - perhaps its not coded well, but we have no time to diagnose the tool and/or our implementation - or switch to another tool. Too complicated.

 

Better hardware also won't help here, since its already running on a Threadripper 3990 and it its run is barely noticed.


If you want to help: https://forum.armbian.com/forum/54-help-wanted/ If you have some solid hardware / vm with 32Gb and many recent cores we could use it for build runner to get down with images rebuilt time.

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