It seems after the upgrade to newest version, my flox broke with requirement for ssh key to flox/flox.
Hi @alkuzad - can you please confirm the version you are running (I am guessing v0.3.6) and how you installed it? Is this from an auto-upgrade or did you download and install it from the website?
I did upgrade via apt, then downgraded via dpkg but the problem with Flox wanting to download flox/flox via ssh still persisted. Seems after restart on 0.3.4-r638 it’s fine now, idk if this is related to flox or just system settings but I didn’t touch my Git config.
Hi @alkuzad - just so we understand, what version were you using
- prior to making any changes
- after your upgrade via apt
- after you downgraded via dpkg (I am guessing in your last reply you downgraded via dpkg to v0.3.4-r638?)
We need to understand the sequence to see what has happened and see if you hit a bug or something else is going on.
0.3.4-r638 then apt upgrade to the 0.3.6, try to do a
flox upgrade and fail, then downgrade to cached 0.3.4-r638, still failing. Removed ~/.cache/flox (didn’t know that this holds a default env definition …), try
flox install age and it fails with the same “cannot download flox/flox using git ssh”. I restarted PC today and it works on 0.3.4 somehow, despite I didn’t change anything related to git. Maybe bash session was holding something related?
many thanks! I’ll pass this info over to our engineers to see what they say.