Pureos sources.list updates?



The sources http://repo.pureos.net/pureos_meta and http://repo.pureos.net/pureosrepo no longer exist. The only top-level directory on repo.pureos.net is pureos.

I don’t understand the format of /etc/apt/sources.list so I’m not sure how to adjust it so that it will work again. Any advice?





yes we changed to new infra but I didn’t announce yet as I want to pack few more goodies before next devlog but here it is (remove all other lines in your sources.list):

deb http://repo.puri.sm/pureos/ green main

and that’s it.
I apologize for the inconvenience it made for our users (still wondering should I write short official post about it or just wait few more days for devlog).

Can't have a root access for modification

And one more thing actually, you will need to fetch and install our keyring to use new repo.

wget http://repo.puri.sm/pureos/pool/main/p/pureos-archive-keyring/pureos-archive-keyring_2016.09_all.deb && dpkg -i pureos-archive-keyring_2016.09_all.deb

(it should be one liner)


That did it, all right! Thanks!


Hi, I can’t update or upgrade or install software on my laptop with PureOS. I’ve tested with old and new repos and nothing.
Please, I need help. I’m doing an school software migration.


please, forgive me bro, I’ve updated cache and source on Options and now is upgrading. Thanks anyway :slight_smile:


:grinning: great, please do help other members on forum if they get the same issue :slight_smile:


sure, I <3 to help
now I want to know if there is a way to use a USB Wifi Adapter tp-link archer T2U. I have a way to install it on Trisquel, but I need to test PureOS with this adapter.


What package or method did you use to install the adapter/driver?


I’ve written this some time ago


Yes that should work, as the drivers seem to be distro agnostic.


I think the same, but doesn’t work :confused:


Do you have a log of errors? Any output perhaps?