Linux Mint 17 Qianna Cinnamon: Problem With Update Manager

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tinker123
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Linux Mint 17 Qianna Cinnamon: Problem With Update Manager

Post by tinker123 » Sat Mar 18, 2017 6:18 pm

Linux Mint 17 Qianna Cinnamon

Hi,

I am getting a red "X" appearing in my update manager.

Here is a screenshot of the error message

http://pasteboard.co/L67seVZna.png

Thanks for any help on how to fix this.
Last edited by tinker123 on Sat Mar 18, 2017 8:49 pm, edited 3 times in total.

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Re: Linux Mint 17 Qianna Cinnamon: Problem With Update Manager

Post by richyrich » Sat Mar 18, 2017 6:48 pm

Sorry, I do not see any screenshot. :?

I have had the red x when my system does an update check, while the servers (mirrors) are being updated themselves with new lists and files. My update check usually rectifies itself within an hour or two, or three. And sure enough, a new update is available. :lol:

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Re: Linux Mint 17 Qianna Cinnamon: Problem With Update Manager

Post by tinker123 » Sat Mar 18, 2017 8:49 pm

richyrich wrote:Sorry, I do not see any screenshot. :?

I have had the red x when my system does an update check, while the servers (mirrors) are being updated themselves with new lists and files. My update check usually rectifies itself within an hour or two, or three. And sure enough, a new update is available. :lol:
Thanks, the attachment feature isn't saving. Here is a URL to the screenshot of my error message

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Thanks again.

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Re: Linux Mint 17 Qianna Cinnamon: Problem With Update Manager

Post by richyrich » Sat Mar 18, 2017 10:40 pm

That error reads like you are only having problems with that f.lux PPA you are using . .


PS: Using the URL to your image inside the remote image tags *[rimg]* is the best way to do it. :-)

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