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Topic # 119202 24-May-2013 09:50
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I just got this message on trying to update:

"Release file for http://ftp.nz.debian.org/debian/dists/testing/InRelease is expired (invalid since 1d 7h 18min 26s).
Updates for this repository will not be applied."

Any ideas about what to do next?


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  Reply # 824576 24-May-2013 10:18
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Try another repository?



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  Reply # 824584 24-May-2013 10:44
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Amazingly, that is exactly what I did.
However, it may be helpful to others if this (presumably minor) irregularity in the update process could be ironed out, and I was wondering how this might be accomplished...

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 824660 24-May-2013 12:17
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Raise a bug with Debian



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  Reply # 824793 24-May-2013 14:58
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The message no longer appears, and the update seems to have worked, so some mysterious agency has fixed it! Thanks!

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