I just upgraded my testsystem from devuan jessie to devuan ascii. Everything went quite smooth, I just got this note for the tde repository:
W: Konflikt bei Distribution: http://mirror.xcer.cz/trinity-sb ascii InRelease (ascii erwartet, aber stretch bekommen)
Looking at the Release-file, it realy says "stretch" for the "ascii" repository :-)
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Trinity-tdm refuses to install because via skip.list I block useless fonts
(daewoo, jis, isas) from polluting my system and wasting bandwidth during
installation and updates, which in turn blocks installation of lib64xt6. :-(
Googling for lib64xt6 seems interested only in providing hits for packaging and
source, nothing about what it is or does. rpm -qi lib64xt6 does little better:
X Toolkit Intrinsics library used to build older generation toolkits such
as Motif & Xaw.
What could this have to do with otherwise optional fonts?
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This is just a heads up, you probably already know...
"When I ran apt-get update" at 6 pm today, apt found the site, read
through the package list, then gave a GPG error of no Public Key:
It said there was no public key available for mirror.xcer.cz and would not
download Trinity. I had already uploaded your key, using apt-key and
verified that it was installed and working.
I was downloading the Trinity 14.4 version for use with Debian stretch
Yesterday, on my first attempt to install Trinity on stretch, the Trinity
package from that mirror, downloaded with no problems.
Debian was a problem though and had to be reinstalled, which is why I am
doing the complete install again today.
I will keep trying until it comes back up, I have no computer currently, so
I can only check my emails when I go to a friends house and use his.