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Hello friends, this is my first thread, sorry for ignorance, I researched a lot here in the forum and did not find the solution. I've had my n9 for 6 years, and every once in a while I flash him (flasher -f -F DFL61_HARMATTAN_40.2012.21-3_PR_LEGACY_001-OEM1-958_ARM.bin -F DFL61_HARMATTAN_40.2012.13-7.LTA_EMMC_LTA.bin --erase-user-data). But since the last flash last week, I can not install some applications. Apparently the error is 255 (setup interrupted)Operation failed: E: sub-process Usr/bin/dpkg returned an error code (255). I must have flashed some 50 times my n9 during this 6 years and always managed to install my apps. But this time around 30 percent of the apps I want to install is giving this error. Do you have any idea what's wrong?

Last edited by PauloCJ; 2017-02-05 at 13:17. Reason: solved
 

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Maybe some kind of memory error try to zeroise device(note it takes about an hour or so)

refer to here: http://talk.maemo.org/showthread.php?t=82693

side note(s):
DFL61_HARMATTAN_40.2012.21-3_PR_LEGACY_001-OEM1-958_ARM.bin is your main.bin

and

DFL61_HARMATTAN_40.2012.13-7.LTA_EMMC_LTA.bin is your emmc.bin

(i think you already know this but its better if you name them that way (i did and it made flashing easier to type in))
 

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Have you tried through the terminal?
Code:
dpkg -i /home/user/MyDocs/sample.deb
I have the same error & this terminal error:
Aegis rejecting [filename]: package '[package name]' origin cannot be determined -- signature check failed
As I'm new to the phone, I haven't yet figured out how to do the solution steps (eg. how to refresh packages list).
 

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Hello friends. I think I found the solution after searching here in the forum. Has to do with the validity of application certificates. Many that I usually install are outdated certificates. Using aegis hack(http://talk.maemo.org/showthread.php?t=90750) solve the problem. But it has a simpler way that also solves by simply changing the phone date to a few years ago. An example application that is impossible to install is the Reboot (https://openrepos.net/content/kamengatalica/reboot). Test with today's date(can not install without the aegis hack) and then try to put the year 2015 that will work(even without installing the aegis hack)
 

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Thanks. It solved my problem !!

Originally Posted by PauloCJ View Post
Hello friends. I think I found the solution after searching here in the forum. Has to do with the validity of application certificates. Many that I usually install are outdated certificates. Using aegis hack(http://talk.maemo.org/showthread.php?t=90750) solve the problem. But it has a simpler way that also solves by simply changing the phone date to a few years ago. An example application that is impossible to install is the Reboot (https://openrepos.net/content/kamengatalica/reboot). Test with today's date(can not install without the aegis hack) and then try to put the year 2015 that will work(even without installing the aegis hack)
 
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