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Hi, I am trying to install plastic 8.0 on Debian 10 and am doing so by following the direction available on https://www.plasticscm.com/plastic-for-linux but I cannot see any version below 9.0 from the apt repository. Should I be adding something else to the sources.list or is plastic 8.0 not supported on Debian 10? What am I missing? Appreciate any help.
Hi, everyone, After I download the latest version of PlasticSCM 7.0 and try to install on machine with .exe package. It failed with the message:" Installer initialization failed, Installer initialization failed, the installer will now exit". My current OS is Windows Server 2016 standard. Does it lie in the version i downloaded not compatible to OS version? What else softwares supposed to be installed first or environment should be configured before the installation? Could anyone please tell me, what should i do to fix it? Thanks a lot!!!
Ubuntu 16.04 will not accept the plastic repos, it complains that: W: https://www.plasticscm.com/plasticrepo/plasticscm-common/Ubuntu_14.04/./Release.gpg: Signature by key FC547B45E1BB2D5BA32CFB6A9A847BB1704CBB6B uses weak digest algorithm (SHA1) W: https://www.plasticscm.com/plasticrepo/plasticscm-latest/Ubuntu_14.04/./Release.gpg: Signature by key BEA0651E0EE3CBC4CF25092A3A8583CE515E508F uses weak digest algorithm (SHA1) E: Failed to fetch No Hash entry in Release file /var/lib/apt/lists/partial/www.plasticscm.com_plasticrepo_plasticscm-common_Ubuntu%5f14.04_._Release which is considered strong enough for security purposes E: Failed to fetch No Hash entry in Release file /var/lib/apt/lists/partial/www.plasticscm.com_plasticrepo_plasticscm-latest_Ubuntu%5f14.04_._Release which is considered strong enough for security purposes E: Some index files failed to download. They have been ignored, or old ones used instead. Update: I see now I already posted about this a while ago in installation and that I should just download the client zip file. I have done that and it works. However, it would be much better if the ubuntu package could be updated to be signed with a valid key. Having an invalid installation package will most likely turn off most people evaluating plastic on linux and prevent them from considering it