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    Default Error in Translation package when doing a package update

    As discussed in another post I fiddling with my NIC drivers and need to update them. In the process before updating anything on the Untangle server and I run an "apt-get update" command and got the following error:

    [root @ untangle] /etc/apt/sources.list.d # apt-get update
    Hit http://updates.untangle.com stable-120x InRelease
    Hit http://updates.untangle.com crypton-1 InRelease
    Hit http://updates.untangle.com stable-120x/main amd64 Packages
    Hit http://updates.untangle.com stable-120x/non-free amd64 Packages
    Hit http://updates.untangle.com stable-120x/upstream amd64 Packages
    Hit http://updates.untangle.com crypton-1/main amd64 Packages
    Hit http://updates.untangle.com crypton-1/non-free amd64 Packages
    Hit http://updates.untangle.com crypton-1/upstream amd64 Packages
    Ign http://updates.untangle.com stable-120x/main Translation-en
    Ign http://updates.untangle.com stable-120x/non-free Translation-en
    Ign http://updates.untangle.com stable-120x/upstream Translation-en
    Ign http://updates.untangle.com crypton-1/main Translation-en
    Ign http://updates.untangle.com crypton-1/non-free Translation-en
    Ign http://updates.untangle.com crypton-1/upstream Translation-en
    Reading package lists... Done
    W: Conflicting distribution: http://updates.untangle.com stable-120x InRelease (expected stable-120x but got crypton-1)
    [root @ untangle] /etc/apt/sources.list.d #


    Seems that the "Translation" package has some conflicting in stable-120 and crypto-1.

    FYI you might want to check into that so an apt-get update can run properly!

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    The terminal/console/shell is for advanced users.
    Last edited by dmorris; 05-20-2016 at 08:06 PM.
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    Quote Originally Posted by dmorris View Post
    The terminal/console/shell is for advanced users.
    Aha, yes sure so what's the value add of this comment? Making derogatory comments about users "assumed" skill level is not solving the problem is it?
    Last edited by anschmid; 05-20-2016 at 08:17 PM.

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    Sorry. You didn't ask a question so I'm not sure what your question was.
    You posted an FYI that adds no value and, in fact, may actually confuse others.

    I sense a general discomfort and confusion caused by things you are seeing in the terminal. So I thought I would remind you that it is for advanced users before you need to reinstall your server because you tried to upgrade with apt-get.
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    I did think that the "Feedback" section on the Untangle forum was to provide feedback on any issues or problems we users see? There are Untangle employees like yourself on this forum who hopefully take it on and bring it back to R&D.

    It's discomforting and confusing when a simple "apt-get update" fails on an Untangle server because of conflicting packages in the repositories. That's all I wanted to highlighted. This is really not very advanced terminal usage.

    I am currently compiling a driver for my Realtek NIC for which I had to rebuild the Untangle kernel. If I break something updating the kernel or compiling new drivers that's on me. But if a simple "apt-get update" on a standard Untangle install fails before I did anything it might be worthwhile looking into it.

    Thanks!

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    Default same here and solved

    Changed language to english.
    Launched Upgrade.
    Update executed smoothly.

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