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jsfrederick

Can't run apt-get update/apt-get upgrade

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I just downloaded the March 26th nightly of Stretch for Rock64.  Getting the following error running apt-get update/apt-get upgrade:

 

E: The repository 'http://beta.armbian.com stretch Release' does no longer have a Release file.
N: Updating from such a repository can't be done securely, and is therefore disabled by default.
N: See apt-secure(8) manpage for repository creation and user configuration details.
root@rock64:~#

Re-imaged with a new Flash drive and still getting the same issue. Is there a problem with beta.armbian.com tonight?

 

Thanks!

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1 hour ago, jsfrederick said:

Is there a problem with beta.armbian.com tonight?


Yes. I was cleaning it and accidentally removed too much. Instead of pulling junk from archives I am doing full recreating now. Almost done.

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1 hour ago, jsfrederick said:

E: The repository 'http://beta.armbian.com stretch Release' does no longer have a Release file.

there seems to be no content at this URL at this time...

 

 

 

Beta_content.jpg

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12 hours ago, Igor said:

Should be fixed by now.

some minutes ago I did try to "apt upgrade" my NanoPi Neo Core2 and it didnt found the files for the "some time ago" fetched update-data from beta.armbian.com

 

The beta.armbian.com did remind me about your "clean-up" - so I fetched the update-data again new with "apt update" and then I could upgrade without problems with "apt upgrade" :) 

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Igor,

 

Do you have any possible release dates for Armbian Stretch for the Rock64?  I see that the current nightly image is tagged as RC6.  I hope you are getting close!

 

Thanks for al the work you and the Armbian team do.

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2 hours ago, jsfrederick said:

I see that the current nightly image is tagged as RC6.


None. This is first preview version and only a few things works. IMO at least 6-12months or even more to match the legacy kernel and be ready for some production. deployment  This estimation is pure speculation so don't hold it.

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On 3/30/2018 at 1:15 AM, Igor said:


None. This is first preview version and only a few things works. IMO at least 6-12months or even more to match the legacy kernel and be ready for some production. deployment  This estimation is pure speculation so don't hold it.

 

Fair enough..  Had to ask!

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