Hello, i have been unable to update my packages. when i try, i get the following error:
Err:1 https://repo.nxos.org/nitrux nitrux/main amd64 nitrux-repositories-config amd64 0.2.3+dfsg Could not handshake: A TLS fatal alert has been received. [IP: [REDACTED IP] 443] E: Failed to fetch https://repo.nxos.org/nitrux/pool/main/n/nitrux-repositories-config/nitrux-repositories-config_0.2.3+dfsg_amd64.deb Could not handshake: A TLS fatal alert has been received. [IP: [REDACTED IP] 443]
This shows when i try and update through the "Discover" program, and also when i try to use apt. I have been unable to figure out how to fix it. I also believe my install of apt might be broken, as it is telling me to autoremove integral system files, which i did do once, without reading the files it was removing, and it left me in an unbootable state, so i had to reinstall the OS. Does anyone know how to fix that too?
apt download nitrux-repositories-config? Are your timezone, date, and time correct? What have you tried?. About your other issue, APT is not going to auto-remove packages automatically. If you are unsure about the packages that APT it's telling you that it will remove after an operation, it's better not to go through that option.
@trissytits_twitter The ISO that you download from the website does not include, support, or work with znx. The ISO that you download from the website uses a traditional installer, in this case, Calamares. Please do not use UNetbootin. If you're on Windows, use Rufus.
Also, znx is not a program to create bootable USBs.
noobie , I can't understand the documentation for where and how to install znx and Nitrux 1.4
@wyne1953sr The ISO that you download from the website does not include, support, or work with znx. The ISO that you download from the website uses a traditional installer, in this case, Calamares.
Since I don't know what exactly you did (because you didn't mention any details), I'm guessing that you tried to force the upgrade; thus, you ended with a broken system. You can see that APT doesn't want to proceed with the operation (upgrade), so the system didn't 'break' itself.
I want to welcome you to ask us first if you have problems (like this). Also, it's worth mentioning that the bug tracker is listed in the changelog of every new release, and it has been for the past ten releases or ten months. You can also find the link to our GitHub organization in the same area where you found the link to this Gitter room.
Hey @UriHerrera . Thanks for the reply. I didn't do it via CLI. Did it via the update tool icon in the latte dock that opens some application themed like an appstore. If this app tries to force the upgrade, then yes I probably tried to force it. I didn't fiddle with doing it manually yet. I will definitely try your suggestions when I got the time to do so.
Generally I think through that update tool of the distro I am unsure wether I actually saw any error. It just seemed as if some kde packages were replaced/moved but the path wasn't updated since in sddm it displayed errors implying that KDE stuff wasn't found, AFTER reboot.
The only way you figured your system is fucked before shutting down is that not a single app properly functioned anymore that is somewhat related to KDE.
As for your Github organization, I know, been there. However, where would I report general issues with the OS there? As far as I can tell I would have to figure out myself before to which repository it is related the most. e.g. nx-desktop or nitrux-base-files or nitrux-live-user or can I just use nitrux-base-files?
@LoweloDev Right, that's Plasma Discover. Plasma Discover should've displayed a dialog with the same information, but it probably is good to report that as a bug against Discover if it didn't.
sudo apt dist-upgrade will perform the upgrade appropriately. After it's updated, installing the package
maui-apps will add dependencies for the newer version of the Maui applications.
When you click on the link to our GitHub org, there is a search box with the label Find a repository ...; there, you can search for the keyword bug, it will present you the repository nitrux-bug-tracker.
@UriHerrera Alright thank you very much! I will see whether I just missed the warning. Not unlikely with ADHD ;D And thanks for the info where to report bugs actually Nitrux related.
Also, keep up the cool work. Saw you do Webdesign and stuff on your profile, so I guess you are the reason for the UI/UX of Nitrux. Even though I sadly couldn't test it thoroughly yet, some of it is in my opinion some of the best innovations in out of the box UX in quite a while. At least for my usecases as far as I could tell. Heck, even the fact that powerline (or something equivalent) appears to be preinstalled is something I barely got with any other distro and is yet such an obvious improvement.