after a restart - nothing has changed - obviously the command I used is not working
And is the correct Date & Time and Time Zone shown?
Take it off auto until after you get set up. Then you can toggle it back on.
Automatic should get time corrected if you have internet (wifi). If you don’t - switch to manual and set using date or timedatectl set-time command
it says requires internet access - but i have both SIM and wifi
the Date & Time are not correct
The Time Zone is Correct (London)
MANUALLY SET both the Date & Time in the xxxxxx I mean in Date&Time, under Details in the Settings App.
I would try to set them manually, and disable Automatic Date & Time for the moment.
Good Thank you.
I just got stuck in my mind.
it works now.
Here’s how it looks like when synchronized
purism@pureos:~$ timedatectl timesync-status Server: n/a (3.debian.pool.ntp.org) Poll interval: 34min 8s (min: 32s; max 34min 8s) Leap: normal Version: 4 Stratum: 2 Reference: 93E70206 Precision: 1us (-23) Root distance: 41.716ms (max: 5s) Offset: +2.437ms Delay: 13.321ms Jitter: 7.329ms Packet count: 128 Frequency: +6.081ppm purism@pureos:~$
you’re a second too late -
I set it all manually and I can get the updates now with no certification issue.
can you please paste the link
Did you receive it today?
Would you mind sharing the day when you placed your order?
I’m asking so that this thread can be updated with another entry.
now here’s what I get when trying to downloadi the OS Updates
unable to download updates: E:https://repo.pureos.net/pureos amber-security/main arm64 libldap-common all 2.4.47 + dfsg -3+deb10u3 is not(yet)abailable (404 Not Found[IP:184.108.40.206 443])
did you do apt update before?
of course i did not
(honestly people like me…)
Lol! After you get everything set up and connected, you can switch back to Automatic Date, Time, and Time Zone.
I would recommend doing the following:
- Get all the updates under the Updates tab within PureOS store.
- Install Librem 5 Goodies, which will add some useful utilities.
- Install a Files app. (Nemo works well without adjustments. Nautilus works OK with some adjustments, I believe. Search for either using the search function in the store.)
- By default, you will only see apps listed that have already been adapted for the screen, but you can search for any other app in the repository, using the search function. Such apps may or may not fit well at the moment. And there are some workarounds. You can also install packages from the Terminal if you know the name of the app.
- If you add the Flathub repository in the PureOS store, several flatpak apps will appear in the default apps categories. You can also search for others.
- You can create WebApps (i.e. sandboxed direct links) to any website, using the Web app (also called Epiphany). These links will appear as icons in your apps list.
- And of course, check out the Wiki I linked above, as well as recent topics in the forum.
Thank kind person.
Also - what’s the likelihood of Skype Jitsi or Zoom - working on this device??
and having connected to my nextcloud account - will I see it in Nemo??
Not sure about those apps.
There’s a link to connect to Nextcloud in Settings, under Online Accounts.
I think there is already, but I don’t exactly remember anymore.