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Re: [trinity-users] getting trinity onto stretch

From: Slávek Banko <slavek.banko@...>
Date: Tue, 1 May 2018 20:00:02 +0200
On Tuesday 01 of May 2018 19:25:45 dep wrote:
> On May 1, 2018 1:07 PM, Felix Miata <mrmazda@...> wrote:
> > > > deb stretch deps-r14 main-r14
> >
> > Looks exactly same as here.
> >
> > Is this Stretch an upgrade from *buntu?
> only to the extent that i was running that before i reformatted the
> partition for debian. it's not an upgrade in the sense of merely chancing
> the sources.list. i used the netinst version of the debian installed, on a
> CD via USB. which is of course now disconnected.
> >  try logging in as root and skipping use of sudo and -get or aptitude for
> > installing. Apt has some logical improvements over apt-get.
> well, it *did* find a new kernel, which i installed . . . so there's no
> network issue.
> > Maybe start over using apt clean all before apt update.
> did all of the above and it still can't locate any of the packages. this is
> just plain weird.
> i wonder -- is there a mirror i could try? i don't see any reference to it
> on the preliminary stable page, so maybe that's the only repository. if
> there's another, i could try it.
> dep
> should be fine. Alternatively, you can use a second mirror 
with a more official address:

deb stretch deps-r14 main-r14

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