This is a valid question for @Jonte, did you add any repositories to your system? Maybe you followed some guide online or something?
Not recenly but i did a mistake to upgrade to Ubuntu LTS 22.04 and i think that has effected my machine?
I can post my source.list here before!
Before i ran Zorin OS i used Ubuntu on this machine?
Here is my sources.list
Updates and upgrading works normally today i recieved Zorin OS Default settings and Zorin Print?
See UpgradeNotes - Community Help Wiki for how to upgrade to
deb Index of /ubuntu focal main restricted
deb-src Index of /ubuntu focal main restricted
deb Index of /ubuntu focal-updates main restricted
deb-src Index of /ubuntu focal-updates main restricted
deb Index of /ubuntu focal universe
deb-src Index of /ubuntu focal universe
deb Index of /ubuntu focal-updates universe
deb-src Index of /ubuntu focal-updates universe
deb Index of /ubuntu focal multiverse
deb-src Index of /ubuntu focal multiverse
deb Index of /ubuntu focal-updates multiverse
deb-src Index of /ubuntu focal-updates multiverse
deb Index of /ubuntu focal-backports main restricted universe multiverse
deb-src Index of /ubuntu focal-backports main restricted universe multiverse
deb Index of /ubuntu focal partner
deb-src Index of /ubuntu focal partner
deb Index of /ubuntu focal-security main restricted
deb-src Index of /ubuntu focal-security main restricted
deb Index of /ubuntu focal-security universe
deb-src Index of /ubuntu focal-security universe
deb Index of /ubuntu focal-security multiverse
deb-src Index of /ubuntu focal-security multiverse
Check the Software Center and in the settings, look into Repositories (I don't know the exact names so look for something related). There you should have a list of the repositories in use, and should be able to toggle them. You can try to disable anything that comes from Ubuntu, that should get rid of the warning.
Can you me a picture?
I'm not on Zorin right now but here's how it should look like:
From this thread:
10 years support have distribution Rocky Linux.
Can i ignore this message?
For Clarity, Jonte recently followed an alert to "Upgrade" to Ubuntu 22.04. In this action, he added repositories for Ubuntu.
In that thread, we replaced his sources.list.
@Jonte have you checked the contents of
git-core-ubuntu - is this something you manually added? if it is not, you should remove each of those.
Please remove all the files labeled as "dist-upgrade".
You should have:
Which command does remove these files?
rm command. IF you are not in the terminal opened as root, include
sudo rm zorinos-ubuntu-stable-focal.list.distUpgrade
Looks good. Do you recognize the
git-core-ubuntu additions? Those do not come with Zorin OS.
I think i added git-core before maybe i should remove it?
I am not sure if it is involved. If you recall when and why you added it, it is likely safe. But if it appeared after the wayward 'upgrade to Ubuntu 22.04" event, it would be suspect.
@Aravisian I have removed but can ignore this message below i still get's this message when i run sudo apt upgrade?
Get more security updates through Ubuntu Pro with 'esm-apps' enabled:
rpm2cpio libmaven3-core-java libgegl-0.4-0 ant python2.7-minimal
libmagickwand-6.q16-6 libgegl-common python2.7 librpmio8 rpm-common librpm8
libhttpclient-java libopenexr24 libsdl2-2.0-0 libsdl2-2.0-0
libmagickcore-6.q16-6 libpython2.7-minimal libpython2.7-stdlib ant-optional
You cancelled the Ubuntu 22.04 install, but I suspect that some of the packages got installed.
Check if you have
Can i check that on some way?