ERROR when trying to verify OMV or PLUGIN UPDATES

  • Hi,

    since a couple of days OMV5 gives me errors when trying to Update plugins or OMV, via OMV GUI.

    OMV seems to work fine but as soon as I press "update button" in those sections it seems to find some errors in repositories (please see atttached error message).

    I reckon I could have messed up something by trying to follow a guide about installing apache2 and php aside OMV and...I know, shame on me, I know! X/


    But now I can't figure out how to fix the situation: at least I would like to try something before choosing to reinstall from scratch!


    Even because this way maybe I can learn something.


    Could someone please help?


    Here is the complete error message I got:


  • When you add a repo and that repo is broken, OMV cannot fix it. Remove your sury.org repo.

    omv 5.6.0 usul | 64 bit | 5.4 proxmox kernel | omvextrasorg 5.5.3
    omv-extras.org plugins source code and issue tracker - github


    Please read this before posting a question.
    Please don't PM for support... Too many PMs!

  • When you add a repo and that repo is broken, OMV cannot fix it. Remove your sury.org repo.

    I'm doing it now. Will see if it works. A question aside this: should I / can I do something now for installing the correct apache/php version? Of course I suppose that that guide I followed was not up to date and probably I installed some apache/php outdated version and now the files are still there.

  • IT WORKED! THANKS!


    I deleted the .list files containing the sury.org repos.

    I also deleted the related gpg keys found through "apt-key list" with the command "apt-key del $ID"


    Two further questions to make it complete:


    - Should do something like apt-update, purge or so on to cleanup now?


    - As the two lists containing these repos where "apache2.list" and "php.list" in the folder "/etc/apt/sources.list.d" should I do something more to recover the existing values (if there where existing values) in your opinion?


    Thanks again!

  • PS: sorry for my REALLY stupid questions: I'm seriously trying to get into LINUX world since some years, but I am not working in IT (I am an industrial desinger) and the time I can reserve for learning in this field is very very limited. Add to this that sometimes I get caught by a sort of kamikaze coding attittude and you will understand :)


    Thanks once more.

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