sources.list set to "Isis" not "Trusty" after install

Bug #1310945 reported by WillMcDade on 2014-04-22
This bug affects 10 people
Affects Status Importance Assigned to Milestone
elementary OS
Fix Released
Ivo Nunes

Bug Description

Installed Isis, twice, because of this issue which I discovered when doing "sudo apt-get update"

All the "deb trusty main restricted deb-src trusty main restricted" had "Isis" instead of "Trusty" so I couldn't get any packages from the main Ubuntu repositories.

This was easily fixable by removing "isis" from every line and adding "trusty" in its place, and running "sudo apt-get update" again.

description: updated
Cody Garver (codygarver) on 2014-04-24
summary: - sources.list set to "Isis" not "Trusty" by default
+ sources.list set to "Isis" not "Trusty" after install
Changed in elementaryos:
importance: Undecided → Critical
milestone: none → isis-beta1
status: New → Confirmed
Ivo Nunes (ivonunes) wrote :

It should be fixed now.

Changed in elementaryos:
assignee: nobody → Ivo Nunes (ivonunes)
status: Confirmed → Fix Committed
JaccoH (jacco) wrote :

works fine on beta1

Phillip Sz (phillip-sz) on 2014-10-01
Changed in elementaryos:
status: Fix Committed → Fix Released
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