gm10 wrote: ↑Sun Sep 09, 2018 9:41 amSwitch to a mirror that supports https, then edit
/etc/apt/sources.list.d/official-source-repositories.listto change references to http:// to https:// instead.
Note that you'll have to manually change the -security repo to use your mirror. By default this does not use a mirror to ensure you get timely security updates even if your mirror goes stale. So keep that in mind when choosing a mirror.
Further note that you cannot switch the partner repository to https but you can just disable it if you're not using the adobe-flashplugin package. Flash needs to die, so easy choice.
If your apt version is < 1.5 you'll need to install the
I'm on Mint 19.1. When I check
/etc/apt/sources.list.dI only see one file
The second file
official-source-repositories.listseems to be missing.
I'm unfamiliar with the
partner repository. I'm unsure how to disable it.
I'm stuck with these two steps at the moment, but It seems easier than I thought configuring updates with https.
Thanks for the help.