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I had issues while updating, too.
It turned out I had two adaption repos enabled (adaption0 and adaption1) on my Jolla 1 pointing to the same url and failed updating with
Code:
"Error: cannot install both pattern:jolla-configuration-sbj-0.10.0-10.61.4.jolla.noarch and pattern:jolla-configuration-sbj-0.10.0-10.61.4.jolla.noarch"
A quick message to zendesk gave the solution.
Remove the duplicate adaption1 repo.

This is what you should have on a clean Jolla1.

Code:
[root@Sailfish nemo]# ssu s
sDevice registration status: not registered
Device model: Jolla (SbJ / JP-1301)
Device UID: xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
Release: 2.1.4.14
Domain: sales

[root@Sailfish nemo]# ssu lr
Enabled repositories (global): 
 - adaptation0    ... https://store-repository.jolla.com/releases/2.1.4.14/jolla-hw/adaptation-qualcomm-sbj/armv7hl/
 - aliendalvik    ... https://store-repository.jolla.com/releases/2.1.4.14/aliendalvik/SbJ/
 - apps           ... https://releases.jolla.com/jolla-apps/2.1.4.14/armv7hl/
 - customer-jolla ... https://store-repository.jolla.com/features/2.1.4.14/customers/jolla/armv7hl/
 - eas            ... https://store-repository.jolla.com/features/2.1.4.14/eas/armv7hl/
 - hotfixes       ... https://releases.jolla.com/releases/2.1.4.14/hotfixes/armv7hl/
 - jolla          ... https://releases.jolla.com/releases/2.1.4.14/jolla/armv7hl/
 - xt9            ... https://store-repository.jolla.com/features/2.1.4.14/xt9/armv7hl/

Enabled repositories (user): 
 - store ... https://store-repository.jolla.com/SbJ/armv7hl/?version=2.1.4.14

Disabled repositories (global, might be overridden by user config): 

Disabled repositories (user): 
 - home ... https://download.jollamobile.com/home:/honeybadger/latest_armv7hl/
[root@Sailfish nemo]#
So, disable all other repos and it should update fine.
In my case:

Code:
devel-su
ssu dr adaptation1
ssu rr adaptation1
ssu ur
pkcon refresh

Then

ssu re 2.1.4.14
version --dup
reboot
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