New Insync version: 1.3.11

Release notes:

  • (Linux) Added a fix for the “key expired” error when running sudo apt-get update.

Ubuntu 13.10 and older: 64 bit, 32 bit headless: 64 bit, 32 bit
Ubuntu 14.04 and newer: 64 bit, <a href=""a>32 bit
Debian: 64 bit, 32 bit headless: 64 bit, 32 bit

This is a release that addresses the “key expired” error when running sudo apt-get update that was discussed here. Affected users can install the appropriate package for their system from above or run the following commands:

$ sudo apt-key remove ACCAF35C
$ sudo apt-key adv --keyserver --recv-keys ACCAF35C
$ sudo apt-get update

If the second command above failed for you then some ports might be blocked on your firewall. Please try this alternative method instead: sudo apt-key adv --keyserver hkp:// --recv-keys ACCAF35C. (With thanks to @pmcarlton)

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I can confirm that this fix works on Ubuntu Server 16.0.4 and Linux Mint 18

so key: is also updated? (download page) this key used by insync…

Works great on Linux Mint 18.

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Works like a charm on Debian Jessie.


Linux Mint 18 Xfce Edition works with this.

Also seems to have fixed icon/context menu issues (cosmetic).

Hello, works fine Ubuntu 16.04. 64 bit.

Fix works also fine with Xubuntu 16.04, 64 bit

@Andre_Verwijs: Yes, it is also updated.

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Thank you, worked, no errors. Updated.

Fix the problem. Ubuntu 16.04.1 LTS

thanks… :sunglasses:
much easier to use for other linux repo’s like OpenSUSE, Fedora, Red Hat etc. …

worked on Ubuntu 14.04 for me too

Worked on Ubuntu 14.04 x64