Thank you for reporting this issue. Shortly after you reported it, I also got the same error.The issue is now fixed. Explanation:Google dropped support for Chrome in Linux 32-bit machines
. Therefore, when apt checked the Google Chrome repository, it gave the error because the main/binary-i386/Packages file no longer exists. Apparently, Google did its planned removal just several hours ago.
I have updated the package uberstudentsources
and placed it into the uberstudent.net repository. It fixes the issue by either forcing a 64-bit machine to check the Google Chrome repository for amd-64 packages only
, or if your machine is 32-bit by removing the Google Chrome repository altogether and also giving the user a warning prompt about Google dropping support for 32-bit Google Chrome.How to get the fix:
If your Update Manager is in a state of error (red shield, error text), just open it and click the Refresh
button. The new version of uberstudentsources will display as available. Install it and the issue will be fixed. Alternately, you may open a terminal and run this line:
sudo apt-get update && sudo apt-get install uberstudentsources
If for some reason things are being stubborn, download the new package directly
, right-click it, and install it with Gdebi.