If you are using APT the relevant sources.list entries are like: To report a problem with the web site, please e-mail our publicly archived mailing list debian-www@lists.debian.org in English. For other contact information, see the Debian contact page. Web site source code is available. Last Modified: Sat, Jun 8 03:24:51 UTC 2019 Last Built

Debian 7 (Wheezy) is the most recent stable version of Debian Linux, released in May 2013. This guide explains how to upgrade your system from Debian 6 (Squeeze) to Debian 7. These steps can be preformed as an in place upgrade on a live system from either a local terminal or SSH session to a remote system. Comment out everything else in /etc/apt/sources.list by adding a # at the start of every entry. only the above line should be uncommented. Run the following command as root apt-get update Repeating apt-get update does not resolve the problem. My experience and other threads in this forum suggest that the problem is a messy sources.list with duplicate entries. This works for the domain name deb.debian.org but not for security.debian.org. Any idea if we can use HTTPS for both domains? It looks like the certificate of security.debian.org is not valid. By the way, HTTPS should be the default, I don't understand why they provide it as an option to enable manually – baptx May 25 '19 at 9:16 Check the apt sources.list file We will install all available Jessie updates first before we upgrade to Jessie. On some systems, the package source is defined as "stable" in the sources.list file instead of "jessie" or "stretch". I want to use testing-distribution (currently thats "wheezy" instead of the stable "squeeze") of Debian, and am about to adjust my /etc/apt/sources.list file. I know that I have to replace squeeze by wheezy for the main entry. But do I have to do this for security (squeeze/updates) and updates (squeeze-updates) too? Apr 26, 2015 · The process involves fully updating your Debian 7 installation, modifying the /etc/apt/sources.list file by changing instances of “wheezy” to “jessie”, running an ‘apt-get update’, ‘apt-get upgrade’, followed by a ‘apt-get dist-upgrade’ and then finally a reboot so that the newer kernel version will be used.

sources.list - Liste des sources de données APT configurées DESCRIPTION¶ Le fichier de liste de sources /etc/apt/sources.list est prévu pour pouvoir gérer un nombre quelconque de sources actives et de supports. Le fichier donne une source par ligne, avec les sources prioritaires en premier.

How to Upgrade to Debian 7 (Wheezy) | Linode How to upgrade from Debian 6 (Squeeze) to Debian 7 (Wheezy). Upgrade Debian 6 Squeeze to 7 Wheezy | Linuxlookup Debian 7 (Wheezy) is the most recent stable version of Debian Linux, released in May 2013. This guide explains how to upgrade your system from Debian 6 (Squeeze) to Debian 7. These steps can be preformed as an in place upgrade on a live system from either a local terminal or SSH session to a remote system. Step 1 Prior to upgrading, make sure the current system is up-to-date. apt-get update

Cannot update files Mint 17.1 (Wrong sources.list entry or malformed file) fbr: Linux Mint: 5: 06-08-2015 07:28 AM [SOLVED] Fresh Install of Debian Wheezy/Wrong sources.list/Fixing recursive fault error: Ztcoracat: Debian: 78: 01-30-2014 10:37 PM: Need Recommendation for Debian Etch sources.list ( /etc/apt/sources.list ) forgox: Debian: 6: 05

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