LMDE4 ca-certificates

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juancuyo
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LMDE4 ca-certificates

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Good afternoon I have installed LMDE 4 but I cannot install anything, neither by synaptic nor by terminal notifications appear about certificates that are absent or that do not exist I am tied hand and foot I cannot configure the OS because I cannot install anything How can I solve it? :(
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Re: LMDE4 ca-certificates

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Did you check the ISO after downloading it for errors before installing?

make sure the date and time are set correctly on the machine and then try the following command, if your mirrors are configured properly it may download and install a fresh set:

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sudo update-ca-certificates
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Re: LMDE4 ca-certificates

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This was the response of the terminal : ~$ sudo update -ca-certificate
[sudo] password for sofia:
sudo: update: command not foun
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Re: LMDE4 ca-certificates

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juancuyo wrote:
Fri Jul 10, 2020 8:21 am
This was the response of the terminal : ~$ sudo update -ca-certificate
[sudo] password for sofia:
sudo: update: command not foun
The given command is functional, your LMDE4 install are corrupt.

Make a new fresh install with taking care to check the ISO before creating the bootable media.


The link to verify an 64-bit ISO:

https://linuxmint.com/verify.php
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Re: LMDE4 ca-certificates

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https://imgur.com/KfOX8nh As I activate them I am not a programmer This is the second reinstallation I do
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Re: LMDE4 ca-certificates

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there's a space in the command you entered on your machine that shouldn't be there, that is why it failed. update-ca-certificates should be in one string like I pasted in the code box in my post above.
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