“sudo apt ugrade” fails. I did “sudo apt update” first.
https://repo.puri.sm/pureos green/main amd64 purebrowser amd64 60.7.0esr-1pureos4
404 Not Found [IP: 126.96.36.199 443]
E: Failed to fetch https://repo.puri.sm/pureos/pool/main/f/firefox-esr/purebrowser_60.7.0esr-1pureos4_amd64.deb 404 Not Found [IP: 188.8.131.52 443]
E: Unable to fetch some archives, maybe run apt-get update or try with --fix-missing?
Looks like a temporary network issue. Their repo may have had a network outage, or something between you and them was down. I’d try again now
I reinstalled pureOS last night and got this too. I bet they updated the package but the XML still pointing to the old files.
to fix it I did this:
apt install -f /root/purebrowser_60.7.2esr-1pureos1_amd64.deb
also, bluetooth is working on a fresh install of pureos??? anyone else?
edit: bluetooth stopped working. I guess it was because I booted to fedora to check it out before I reinstalled PureOS? Fedora must have initialized the hardware? ah well.
As in “It works, can’t believe it!” ?
Nicole recently mentioned to work on that
And to add to that, I have developed a kernel patch that prevents loading of the AR3k Bluetooth firmware while still initializing the BT properly using the chip’s built in ROM firmware. I am using this for some time now and do not experience and regressions. The only problem remaining is that one still needs the config file which is part of the non free firmware (the “ramps…” file). This file does not contain actual firmware but only some settings, one of which enables the Wifi - Bluetooth coexi…
How neat is that. I had no idea they got it working. Thanks!
Edit: I knew it worked, as in I could download non-free software and things would be fine. I was just surprised to see it working on a fresh install with no configuration on my part.
Firstly, my assumption is that it’s not just a typo (you wrote “ugrade”). Secondly, Debian Buster has been released and we’re working to avoid the many, many disruptive changes that come with Debian Testing (code named Bullseye.) There are not many updates to Buster yet, and likely won’t be too many until the point releases arrive given that Buster is meant to be stable.