how do i delete a repository



sp331yi

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go to /etc/apt/sources.list.d/
find where

https://download.opensuse.org/repositories/home:fusion809/Fedora_30/home:fusion809.repo

is located (in one of the files there), when you find it, comment it out (make it look like)

#https://download.opensuse.org/repositories/home:fusion809/Fedora_30/home:fusion809.repo

All repos used to be in /etc/apt/sources.list file
Now they're scattered about in different directories under /etc/apt/sources.list.d/
Use a text editor (vi, mc,nano,joe,etc) to do so, as root

I
Code:
Ctrl-Alt-F2
into console, log in as user, per normal, then either
1) issue command sudo mcedit sources.list or
2)
su - and enter root passwd to become root, then mcedit sources.list, for example
 

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I one does not know how to become root, that person is handicapped.
Code:
sudo passwd root
enter User passwd
Enter new Root passwd twice

Then one is able to become root via # 2) above.
 

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This won't exist on fedora. openSuse, or any redhat based systems.
Probably why I do not use Redhat!

'buntuites and Mint fanbois can become aware of what they do not want users to know via post immediately above! (Shuttleworth and Gates belong in the same category, IMHO!)
 


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