Ubuntu updating connection failed

I suggest that you re-try "sudo apt update", and if it fails, try a ping on the failing server immediately afterwards.

Hi, I have changed the internet connection as well, but still getting the error, but I am able to ping the url.

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Please note that above two commands will fetch files from the Internets or local mirrors.

Done Building dependency tree Reading state information... W: Failed to fetch Support status summary of '7FYNZL2': You have 480 packages (100.0%) supported until April 2023 (Canonical - 5y) You have 0 packages (0.0%) that can not/no-longer be downloaded You have 0 packages (0.0%) that are unsupported Run with --show-unsupported, --show-supported or --show-all to see more details [email protected]:~$ cat /etc/dpkg/architectures [email protected]:~$ sudo grep -R roxy /etc/apt/* [email protected]:~$ grep roxy /etc/environment [email protected]:~$ echo $http_proxy [email protected]:~$ echo $ftp_proxy [email protected]:~$ grep roxy /etc/bash.bashrc [email protected]:~$ grep roxy ~/.bashrc [email protected]:~$ cat /etc/apt/cat: /etc/apt/apt.conf: No such file or directory [email protected]:~$ sudo fuser -vvv /var/lib/dpkg/lock Cannot open /proc/net/unix: No such file or directory Specified filename /var/lib/dpkg/lock does not exist.

Cannot stat file /proc/1/fd/5: Operation not permitted Cannot stat file /proc/3/fd/7: Operation not permitted [email protected]:~$ sudo fuser -vvv /var/cache/partial [email protected]:~$ [email protected]:~$ LANG=C;sudo apt-get clean [email protected]:~$ LANG=C;sudo apt-get autoclean Reading package lists...

[email protected] failed" but now it is "404 Not Found" which is correct.

If you are using a processor architecture different from i386 and amd64, then you have to use specific repository servers.

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