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#1 eallen12

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Posted 24 October 2016 - 12:08 PM

Greeting ~

 

Please Help me with this Problem

 

When i want to update bodhi using sudo apt-get update in Connecting to ph.archive.ubuntu.com

it always failed to fetch the data

 

bodhi@bodhi-Aspire-4750:~$ sudo apt-get update
[sudo] password for bodhi:
Ign http://packages.bodhilinux.comtrusty InRelease                            
Hit http://security.ubuntu.comtrusty-security InRelease                       
Ign http://packages.bodhilinux.comtrusty Release.gpg                          
Hit http://packages.bodhilinux.comtrusty Release                              
Hit http://security.ubuntu.comtrusty-security/main Sources                    
Ign http://packages.bodhilinux.comtrusty/main i386 Packages/DiffIndex         
Hit http://security.ubuntu.comtrusty-security/restricted Sources              
Hit http://security.ubuntu.comtrusty-security/universe Sources                
Hit http://security.ubuntu.comtrusty-security/multiverse Sources              
Hit http://security.ubuntu.comtrusty-security/main i386 Packages              
Hit http://security.ubuntu.comtrusty-security/restricted i386 Packages        
Hit http://security.ubuntu.comtrusty-security/universe i386 Packages          
Hit http://security.ubuntu.comtrusty-security/multiverse i386 Packages        
Hit http://security.ubuntu.comtrusty-security/main Translation-en             
Hit http://packages.bodhilinux.comtrusty/main i386 Packages                   
Hit http://security.ubuntu.comtrusty-security/multiverse Translation-en       
Ign http://packages.bodhilinux.comtrusty/main Translation-en_US               
Hit http://security.ubuntu.comtrusty-security/restricted Translation-en       
Ign http://packages.bodhilinux.comtrusty/main Translation-en                  
Hit http://security.ubuntu.comtrusty-security/universe Translation-en         
Err http://ph.archive.ubuntu.comtrusty InRelease                              
 
Err http://ph.archive.ubuntu.comtrusty-updates InRelease
 
Err http://ph.archive.ubuntu.comtrusty-backports InRelease
 
Err http://ph.archive.ubuntu.comtrusty Release.gpg
  Unable to connect to ph.archive.ubuntu.com:http: [IP: 2001:d18:0:23::172 80]
Err http://ph.archive.ubuntu.comtrusty-updates Release.gpg
  Unable to connect to ph.archive.ubuntu.com:http: [IP: 2001:d18:0:23::172 80]
Err http://ph.archive.ubuntu.comtrusty-backports Release.gpg
  Unable to connect to ph.archive.ubuntu.com:http: [IP: 2001:d18:0:23::172 80]
Reading package lists... Done
W: Failed to fetch http://ph.archive.ub...rusty/InRelease 

W: Failed to fetch http://ph.archive.ub...dates/InRelease 

W: Failed to fetch http://ph.archive.ub...ports/InRelease 

W: Failed to fetch http://ph.archive.ub...ty/Release.gpg Unable to connect to ph.archive.ubuntu.com:http: [IP: 2001:d18:0:23::172 80]

W: Failed to fetch http://ph.archive.ub...es/Release.gpg Unable to connect to ph.archive.ubuntu.com:http: [IP: 2001:d18:0:23::172 80]

W: Failed to fetch http://ph.archive.ub...ts/Release.gpg Unable to connect to ph.archive.ubuntu.com:http: [IP: 2001:d18:0:23::172 80]

W: Some index files failed to download. They have been ignored, or old ones used instead.
 





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#2 Jeff

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Posted 24 October 2016 - 12:55 PM

That is one of the official Ubuntu mirrors - looks like it might be offline / having issues at this current point in time. If you open your /etc/apt/sources.list file and remove the "ph." form the start of the URLs it should ping the default server that appears to be working.

 

Need more direction on how to accomplish this let us know.

 

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