Flavour is detected incorrectly by OTP update script for ubuntu 22.04 #210
When running the script to download the newest OTP release on ubuntu 22.04, the flavour is detected as 'amd64' instead of 'ubuntu-jammy', leading to the wrong version being downloaded
(was able to get around this by manually editing the script myself for now, which allowed it to update successfully)
this is documented
That's for installing it, not updating - I was following the steps to update from https://docs.akkoma.dev/stable/administration/updating/
(I should probably have just said "OTP update script" instead of "OTP installation update script" in the title originally, sorry)
You should be able to set the enironment variable
Probably might be best to remove the auto-detection thingy and require the flavour to be set.
or using the option
I'll have to unpick the script a little to change the
No due date set.
No dependencies set.
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