[tor-relays] tor alpha users: if you are still running

Pascal Terjan pterjan at gmail.com
Sat Jul 7 18:57:15 UTC 2018

On 7 July 2018 at 19:54, nusenu <nusenu-lists at riseup.net> wrote:
>>>>> bonus points if you want to share
>>>>> the reason why you had a misconfigured sources.list
>>>>> file (maybe we can improve / avoid that somewhere)
>>>> I had the problem on one of my relays because I was running "apt-get
>>>> update && apt-get upgrade" which had the update part return an error
>>>> because the tor-experimental-0.3.3.x source now returns a 404, so
>>>> upgrade was not called
>>> so you are saying you where stuck at because you didn't
>>> have all the lines in sources.list?
>> I had all the lines
>> Because the repository no longer exists and apt-get update returns an
>> error if any source is broken, my script stopped there and didn't try
>> to update anything
> ok so you didn't invoke
> apt update
> apt upgrade
> manually and also not via unattended-upgrades, but with your own script
> that does not perform the second step if the first didn't complete without errors.
> understood.
> maybe it would be a good idea to switch to unattended-upgrades?

I have never managed to get it to work :(
I have set it up on several machines and nothing ever got upgraded
whatever the config I set.
After spending too much time trying to get it to work I decided to use
my own script

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