No package for Raspberry Pi (ARM) #10447
Following the instructions given at (https://trac.cyberduck.io/wiki/help/en/howto/cli#DEBPackageRepository) I have installed duck CLI on a Raspberry Pi 3. While attempting to use it to transfer data via webdav, I found the expected usage did not function, and the help option showed many commands were missing or out of date.
I am not sure if this is a duck issue or a Raspberry Pi issue. My suspicion is that version 0.12 is horribly out of date but I cannot find any indication as to what the current version duck should be, and seeing that I cannot select any Linux-style operating systems in the architecture or platform fields suggests it may not longer be supported.
I hope to be corrected.
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Thanks for your prompt response.
Output of apt-cache showpkg duck:
It looks like, as you say, 'another tool named duck' specific to the Pi.
However, attempting to install by the version number yields no dice either;
Can you please provide more feedback on installing the correct Deb CLI version?
Replying to [comment:3 dkocher]:
I can confirm.
Echo to command line shows stable main was added to the cyberduck.list.d, although I did not do this - the installation instructions had me putting the stable main and the stable nightly in sources.list.d. Opening up cyberduck.list shows that this line is the only contents of the file.
I had actually commented the nightly and main builds from sources.list.d because when I ran
I received warnings saying that these target packages:
Are configured multiple times in /etc/apt/sources.list:6 and /etc/apt/sources.list.d/cyberduck.list:1.
When I run