The latest version of F-Droid has encountered some problems with updating, and the message “Error getting FDroid index file no mirrors available” has popped up. The solution to this problem comes from a Mastodon account that posts about this issue. In order to solve this problem, you’ll need to change the settings on your phone, re-enable the Expertenmodus and menueintrag, and then try downloading files directly from the browser.
The first step is to set the defaults, which will allow the indexer to detect unnamed charsets. By default, all of these options are enabled, but you may want to change them to make them more secure. If you want to avoid any trouble, you can set the timetracking options to “true” or “false”. This option will prevent others from installing the app.
The last step is to enable the settings for the F-Droid app. If you enable the options, the installation will go smoothly, but if you disable them, the installation will fail. The error occurs because the indexer does not have any mirrors available. The solution is to disable all defaults. The defaults allow the indexer to select files from the corresponding files. You can also check out whether the installed app is protected from malicious websites.
The next step is to set the settings for the F-Droid application. This will prevent the application from crashing or freezing. It will also help if you don’t want to install the app if it is blocked by a firewall. After doing this, you’ll have access to the F-Droid application. This means that you’ll be able to use it on any Android device.
Before running the application, you can set the default settings. The settings for the indexer include the datadir, conn_string, and max approvers. By default, the defaults are set to 10. The maximum size of the merge message is 5120 bytes. You can also change the max number of approvers in the merge message. If you are using a different extension, it will be impossible to merge with other files.
The underlying issue is the F-Droid index file isn’t compatible with your system. It needs to be re-uploaded. You can’t use it if the version doesn’t meet the requirements. The problem is that there are no mirrors for this particular build. This is because the indexer doesn’t have a valid datadir. To work around this, you can manually add your files to the F-Droid website.
The error can be fixed by enabling the default dependencies. It allows cross-repository dependencies to be used. You can also enable a heatmap for your user profile. If the heatmap isn’t visible, you can disable it by using the optional “include_time” parameter. The maximum number of approved files is also ten. You can fix this by adding a new file with a new extension.
In order to enable this feature, you need to add a file with an appropriate name extension. Then, you can enable it by setting a minimum file size of 5120 bytes. In addition, you can also add a default for the charset. Then, you can use this file to download your apps. Then, you can run the indexer. If it detects the problem, you should make some changes in the datadir.
The error gets fixed if you enable the default dependencies. By default, the settings allow cross-repository dependencies. The user can enable timetracking by enabling the installation lock. The installation lock will prevent any unauthorized access to the installation page. You can also set a maximum size for the merge message. Once the merge message is approved, the merged files will be indexed and the other files will be deleted.