I've seen a number of posts about related problems to the one I'm having, but none of them fully address of permanently solve the problem. Her eare some examples:


So, on a regular basis, I only have 4 sources setup in Cydia (with the exception of the ones that come pre-installed). In the past, I HAVE previously installed the http://repo.beyouriphone.com source that seems to be a problem, but it's not installed now and shouldn't attempt to re-install/refresh itself again when I add/delete other sources, but it does.

Now, just like the previous posts in this thread, I have found the 'temporarily' fix for this problem, so it doesn't happen after every refresh. You use iFile and go to the /etc/apt/sources.list.d directory on the iPhone and edit the cydia.list file. This works, and is persistent until I make ANY changes to Cydia's sources. It seems like there's a caching issue somewhere, and I can't seem to fix this problem permanently--I'd really like to do that.

I used DisplayRecorder to capture a video of what I'm talking about. In the video, I illustrate that I only have 4 sources installed. I then attempt to add the iClarified repo as an example. You'll see the error for the repo.beyouriphone.com come up (as well as another one), and I wasn't even attempting to add these repos in any way.

Here's a link to the video:
[ame=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7qYrgx7zszc&feature=youtube_gdata]YouTube - Cydia Repo Errors[/ame]

I know about clearing the /var/lib/apt/lists directory for a full Cydia refresh of sources and packages, but even this doesn't fix the problem permanently.

This is more of a pain-in-the-*** than a Cydia show stopper, but it definitely gets on my nerves (as well as several of you whom I'm sure concur) to have to do this everytime I change sources. Any further assistance in this area would be appreciated.