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When I update software from terminal with sudo apt-get update almost always don't shown errors but this time is different.

What I think is that most of the ppa pages has been modified. i.e.
When the update want to find a source goes to ppa.launchpad.net/.../InRelease but it tells me that is impossible, so if I open the URL and it shows me Not Found but if I go to the previously directory (of the server) I see a Release file.

This doesn't happens to one program but all the ppa there I added to my source list. I don't know if its problem of my system or configuration, some changes made to the own ppa's website or what.

What I should do?

  • Modify the path from .../InRelease to .../Release
  • Remove this ppa from the source list

The complete output errors here.

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closed as too localized by izx, Marco Ceppi Aug 18 '12 at 17:08

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Also check their Twitter page for status updates . –  atenz Aug 18 '12 at 6:33
    
Method 5 (from question, not answers) in askubuntu.com/questions/18091/ubuntu-extras-keyring-error resolves this for me. This a residual issue, after attempts to update (with errors). Do you need this is in more detail? –  david6 Aug 18 '12 at 23:55
    
@david6 Thanks but the option number five doesn't work for me. I found this great questions. –  Lucio Aug 19 '12 at 3:11

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