As “apt” had been updating, upgrading, downloading, and installing programs without issue prior to this massive failure, my first thought was to wait, as there might well be a problem from Unbuntu’s side with their servers.This proved to be wishful thinking on my part, and after a few hours, nothing changed.
"This is a major upgrade — we are expanding in terms of making the tool chain more enterprise grade for any automation needs that companies might have," Federico Lucifredi, Landscape Product Manager at Canonical, told .
We will be creating the repository on a Ubuntu 14.04 LTS Droplet, and testing the download from another Droplet with the same distribution.
To get the most out of this guide, make sure to check out our tutorial for managing packages with apt-get.
I then checked all my network/internet settings and could not find any error.
If the problem is not with Ubuntu’s servers, and not my Ubuntu operating system, then the only thing left is something amiss in the name servers of my ISP.
Two Ubuntu 14.04 LTS Droplets By the end of the guide you will have: First, we need a valid package signing key.