Hello @Walter, Thank you for your prompt reply. Maybe my explanation was not so clear from the beggining. I am running a FedoraOS 30. Currently I have hardcoded the $release value to 29 (saple below): baseurl=http://linux.dropbox.com/fedora/29/ I works just fine with this but if I modify the value to 30 e.g. my $release then I get the error previously stated. Is this a common issue for the new Fedora $release? Thank you in advance for your time and effort.
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Currently, the dropbox.repo file on my systems running CentOS have this as the source: baseurl=http://linux.dropbox.com/fedora/$releasever/ The $releaseserver variable returns 30 as you can see below: $ python3 -c 'import dnf, pprint; db = dnf.dnf.Base(); pprint.pprint(db.conf.substitutions,width=1)'
'releasever': '30'} When I update my packages I get the following error: $ sudo dnf update -y
Cannot find a valid baseurl for repo: Dropbox
Ignoring repositories: Dropbox
Last metadata expiration check: 0:13:25 ago on Mon 13 May 2019 11:05:01 PM CEST.
Nothing to do.
Complete! As a workaround I can manually insert the releaseserver of the previous version e.g. 29. Sample below: [Dropbox]
gpgkey=https://linux.dropbox.com/fedora/rpm-public-key.asc I found this solution from a previously asked question Yum repositories for Red Hat Enterprise and clones . On the same question I read that your reply was: " However, since we only officially support Fedora and Ubuntu distros, and not CentOS, I can’t guarantee they’ll be able to do so. " Should we wait an update from you regarding this issue or should we manually update the repo on the next release?
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