Failure during installation on Ubuntu 18.04

Steps to reproduce

  1. Setting up a fresh LAMP
  2. Following these commands:
  3. apt-get update
  4. Ign InRealease

Expected behaviour

The packages should install flawless

Actual behaviour

The package gets ignored

Server configuration

Operating system:
Ubuntu Bionic 18.04.02
Web server:

PHP version:
ownCloud version: (see ownCloud admin page)
Updated from an older ownCloud or fresh install:
Fresh install
Where did you install ownCloud from:


maybe it helps to have a look at the manual of apt-get to see why this specific part gets ignored and how to configure apt to choose the expected packages?

But maybe you have just chosen the wrong repository? If i’m clicking on:

at the “Go to packages” link i’m getting redirected to:

which seems to differ from your used link.

It seems you have also posted this in I think you should avoid such postings on various places, especially as this doesn’t look like a bug in ownCloud (which AFAIK the “core” issue tracker is about) but about the usage of apt-get.

Thanks for the quick reply. This link shows more packages yet the particular one still gets ignored. Ign means apt tried to download something (such as translation or InRelease file) but didn't find, but that can be ignored, so proceed to the next thing. This i found on StackExchange. So this one package seems to be a 404. Any ideas?


gets me

Error 404: Not found :frowning:

I have no idea where that file is, sorry. Are you sure you typed in the correct URL?

So this one seems moved/dislocated, because neither /stable nor /10.1 nor /production finds this one. Any ideas?