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Debian User Forums • View topic - [solved] Duplicate Feb 24, 2012 Problems with sources.list? - Guides - openmediavault This release is the current stable cycle. The sources generator hasn't moved Wheezy to oldstable. So a sources.list with stable value can push your server to Debian 8. OMV DOESN'T WORK WITH DEBIAN JESSIE YET. SO PLEASE EDIT THE VALUE OF stable TO wheezy WHEN COPYING THE sources.list to your server. How to start. Go to Debian Sources List How to upgrade Debian 7 (wheezy) to 10 (buster) safely - PRADO

Cannot update files Mint 17.1 (Wrong sources.list entry or malformed file) fbr: Linux Mint: 5: 06-08-2015 07:28 AM [SOLVED] Fresh Install of Debian Wheezy/Wrong sources.list/Fixing recursive fault error: Ztcoracat: Debian: 78: 01-30-2014 10:37 PM: Need Recommendation for Debian Etch sources.list ( /etc/apt/sources.list ) forgox: Debian: 6: 05

To do so, keep your /etc/apt/sources.list as described by @Andrew M. Then, use Apt Pinning to disable by default all non-free packages for your current release: Then, use Apt Pinning to disable by default all non-free packages for your current release: How to Upgrade Debian 7 Wheezy to Debian 8 Jessie Apr 26, 2015

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Comment out everything else in /etc/apt/sources.list by adding a # at the start of every entry. only the above line should be uncommented. Run the following command as root apt-get update Repeating apt-get update does not resolve the problem. My experience and other threads in this forum suggest that the problem is a messy sources.list with duplicate entries. This works for the domain name but not for Any idea if we can use HTTPS for both domains? It looks like the certificate of is not valid. By the way, HTTPS should be the default, I don't understand why they provide it as an option to enable manually – baptx May 25 '19 at 9:16 Check the apt sources.list file We will install all available Jessie updates first before we upgrade to Jessie. On some systems, the package source is defined as "stable" in the sources.list file instead of "jessie" or "stretch".