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Thread: Cydia - Source Error - Unknown Error

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    Default Cydia - Source Error - Unknown Error
    started seeing a lot of "Source Error - unknown Errors" after i clean-installed and pwned my iphone 3g. i've traced it down to this package dependency trying to be installed:
    http://apt.saurik.com/debs/libsigc++...honeos-arm.deb

    anyone else having issues? i can not install or update anything at this point, and that was why i opted for a clean install, though this was the behaviour i see both before and after.

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    I have exactly the same issue.
    Something wrong with the http://apt.saurik.com tangelo/main libsigc++ 2.0.18-3.
    I'm seeking the web for solutions!

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    very interested if you find anything... as it stands, i can watch the updates happening by ssh'ing into the phone and doing an apt-get -f install or apt-get install cydia, but that one is the only one that won't update. seems the file is just not there (guessing minor name change, corrupt file, etc)

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    I'm also getting that error... through everything I do on Cydia though, especially installing new things like Open SSH, can't get that to even begin though, just flashes the "Source Error Unknown HTTP Error: -2096". Please post back if anyone finds a fix, thanks.

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    You Guys all have 3G's? I have a 2G and everything works fine

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    I have 2G iPhone, but I discovered it only gives me that error on WiFi.. I put the thing on Edge Service, and apps install perfectly ??? oh well, my problem is fixed, but I don't thnk that will help techyogi, I'll keep my eyes and ears open for anything else....

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    I solved it on my iphone 3g - try using someone elses' WiFi, like a friend's or family's....I started Cydia when on another network and it worked 100%!

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    For me, it was solved by turning off WiFi in the iSettings menu when I can no longer connect to any other networks. Hope that helps.

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