Throughout this chapter directions to use a directory on a USB flashdrive are given, the naming and path to this directory is for you to decide beforehand.
Some packages that routinely exhibit this behavior are After plugging in a USB flash drive and opening a terminal, you can use apt-offline to generate a request to update what your computer knows about software repositories.
First update your repositories following the instructions in Updating Repositories Clear the directory on USB flash drive that you have used previously.
In a fresh terminal window, navigate to the directory on the USB flash drive you intend to work from.
Since we never want to lose the opportunity to refresh the disconnected machine's view of the repositories, we can build the command to not only look for upgrade packages but also to update repositories.
Enter to your USB flash drive and take it to another computer.
F-Droid repositories were being updated in an intermittent network scenario.
(clear steps if possible) F-Droid repositories were being updated in an intermittent network scenario. In situations where we fail to update repositories we should probably show a proper error notification. Obviously device was not connected to good network and this notification is persistent ever since.
Obviously device was not connected to good network and this notification is persistent ever since.
It has been 3 days; I cant dismiss it, clicking on it causes nothing.
Throughout this we'll refer to this as to your USB flash drive and take it to another computer.
With apt-offline on that computer, use that file to download what your disconnected computer needs to update and install PACKAGENAME.