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  • wiedehopf
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    It's very confusing, in the 2nd picture you posted, the package in question is being downloaded.

    So i'm not sure how it could be not working?
    Maybe try

    sudo apt clean

    Then try the install again.

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  • arash
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    Originally posted by abcd567 View Post
    What is the output of following 2 commands?


    uname -a

    lscpu
    Linus raspberry 4.9.0-8-686 #1 SMP Debian 4.9.144-3.1 (2019-2-19) i686 GNU/Linux

    I use 32 bit windows 7 on intel core 2 duo 2.66 Mhz with 4 gig ram

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  • wiedehopf
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    It should work. Maybe you mistyped something?

    Code:
    sudo apt install gcc-6-base:armhf
    After the
    sudo apt update
    the package should be found.

    So sudo apt update worked fine this time? (no "unable to resolve" like on the picture?)
    Last edited by wiedehopf; 2019-06-23, 22:07.

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  • arash
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    Originally posted by wiedehopf View Post
    That's not what i asked for, is this command working:

    sudo apt update
    sudo apt dist-upgrade

    Or does it still say "Could not resolve"

    "could not locate" is a different error, please be precise.
    after i type this sudo apt dist-upgrade command, its start to get some date and install it.

    after that, i type sudo apt update.

    and after that type:

    sudo dpkg --add-architecture armhf

    &

    sudo apt update

    and at last :

    sudo apt install gcc-6-base:armhf libc6:armhf libgcc1:armhf libstdc++6:armhf

    but still get this answer :

    E: Unable to locate package gcc6-base:armhf

    You are on a Raspberry Pi, aren't you?
    Then you don't need those packages and are using a guide that's not meant for your device.

    Or which device exactly are you using?
    no, I used oracle vm virtualbox to install Debian Stretch with Raspberry Pi Desktop as described in the first page of this topic.

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  • abcd567
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    What is the output of following 2 commands?


    uname -a

    lscpu

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  • wiedehopf
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    That's not what i asked for, is this command working:

    sudo apt update
    sudo apt dist-upgrade

    Or does it still say "Could not resolve"

    "could not locate" is a different error, please be precise.

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  • arash
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    Originally posted by wiedehopf View Post
    The question is, did this work?

    sudo apt update
    yes

    when I type:

    cat /etc/resolv.conf

    answer is :

    nameserver 8.8.8.8

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  • wiedehopf
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    The question is, did this work?

    sudo apt update

    You are on a Raspberry Pi, aren't you?
    Then you don't need those packages and are using a guide that's not meant for your device.

    Or which device exactly are you using?
    Last edited by wiedehopf; 2019-06-23, 21:39.

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  • arash
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    Originally posted by wiedehopf View Post
    If both pings worked, just try again.

    (The logs you posted indicated that your computer could not connect to ftp.debian.org)

    If there still is a problem, let's try googles DNS server with this command:

    Code:
    sudo sed -i -e '0,/nameserver/{s/nameserver.*/nameserver 8.8.8.8/}' /etc/resolv.conf
    Then try again:

    sudo apt update
    There in no change I still get this error:

    Unable to to locate gcc-6-base:armhf

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  • arash
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    Originally posted by abcd567 View Post
    # FIRST OF ALL Add architecture armhf to use RPi armhf package on i386 / i686 / x86_64 PC:
    sudo dpkg --add-architecture armhf

    # NEXT UPDATE
    sudo apt update

    # LAST install dependencies
    sudo apt install gcc-6-base:armhf libc6:armhf libgcc1:armhf libstdc++6:armhf
    Still get this error:

    Unable to to locate gcc-6-base:armhf

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  • wiedehopf
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    If both pings worked, just try again.

    (The logs you posted indicated that your computer could not connect to ftp.debian.org)

    If there still is a problem, let's try googles DNS server with this command:

    Code:
    sudo sed -i -e '0,/nameserver/{s/nameserver.*/nameserver 8.8.8.8/}' /etc/resolv.conf
    Then try again:

    sudo apt update
    Last edited by wiedehopf; 2019-06-23, 21:05.

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  • arash
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    Originally posted by wiedehopf View Post
    There is an issue with network/internet connectivity.

    For diagnosis show the output of these commands:

    ping -c3 8.8.8.8

    ping -c3 ftp.debian.org

    cat /etc/resolv.conf
    There is no package loss in ping command & for this command:

    cat /etc/resolv.conf

    answer is :

    nameserver 192.168.1.1

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  • wiedehopf
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    There is an issue with network/internet connectivity.

    For diagnosis show the output of these commands:

    ping -c3 8.8.8.8

    ping -c3 ftp.debian.org

    cat /etc/resolv.conf
    Last edited by wiedehopf; 2019-06-22, 21:56.

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  • arash
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    thank you for answer

    I got this errors:

    Untitled2-1.jpg

    Untitled2-2.jpg

    Untitled2-3.jpg

    I'm totally confused!

    Does this problem resolve using another version of Linux?

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  • abcd567
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    # FIRST OF ALL Add architecture armhf to use RPi armhf package on i386 / i686 / x86_64 PC:
    sudo dpkg --add-architecture armhf

    # NEXT UPDATE
    sudo apt update

    # LAST install dependencies
    sudo apt install gcc-6-base:armhf libc6:armhf libgcc1:armhf libstdc++6:armhf
    Last edited by abcd567; 2019-06-22, 14:44.

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