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).

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)

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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:

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: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

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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?