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cronapt typo?

Mike Gillson's picture

When I was installing the Ruby on Rails appliance, I told it to update the security.  After a awhile, it timed out.

I could be mistaken in what I copied from the screen.

I wrote:

cronapt

/var/log/cron-apt/log

Later in a webshell, I enter cronapt but the command was not found.

Based on the log file entry, I typed cron-apt which seems to work.

 

On the off chance that I did copy the message correctly and you have a typo in your instructions, I am letting you know.

If the error is my part because I cannot read, sorry for the intrusion.

Liraz Siri's picture

Hi Mike, yep this seems to be a typo we missed. It only shows up if you're unable to connect to the package archive so it was easy to overlook. Thanks for reporting it. I've committed a fix to the sources, and this bugfix along with others will be rolled into the next maintenance release.
Thanhd's picture

The error is still there in the latest version 11.3 appliances

Liraz Siri's picture

Woops! On one hand we did fix that in the source code

So the fix will automatically apply to the next version of TurnKey that is built from source but we neglected to apply that as a patch to the maintenance update.

Sorry about that.

nakoosa's picture

So what is the command to use?

Do we

apt-get update

apt-get upgrade

??

Thanks

nakoosa's picture

I looked at the source code link

I think the correct command is

cron-apt

Thanks

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