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Try this: sudo rm /var/lib/apt/lists/* -vf then try again: sudo apt-get update


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It is possible you changed something in your list of repositories or it may even occur from a corrupted file. When you run sudo apt-get update (or use the Refresh button in a package manager), a list of packages will get downloaded from the Ubuntu servers. These files are then stored in /var/lib/apt/lists/. If I'm ever having issues running update my last ...


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Okay, after running sudo apt update again I was able to install all missing packages.


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This is a typical behavior I have seen with a "weak" SD Card. It sometimes works or not maybe depending on different hardware because of very small different electrical characteristics. You wrote that you always use the same SD Card. I suggest to try with another SD Card to exclude that's not the reason.


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I have been 3 days working over my email sending routines... I am using Lazarus 1.6 with Freepascal 3.0... and Raspbian Stretch I am using xmailer as it has an easy component to send emails. To make it work I did the following: sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get upgrade sudo apt-get install libssl1.0-dev


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