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that shows the old OS version's name (20.04 focal), rather than the newest Ubuntu LTS version (22.04 jammy). This issue is not resolved for the "oem" repository, for example, as there is no "oem" component in that repo.
I'm also guessing that `somerville-bulbasaur` should be updated to `somerville-tentacool`
/etc/apt/sources.list.d# cat oem-somerville-bulbasaur-meta.list deb http://dell.archive.canonical.com/ jammy somerville # deb-src http://dell.archive.canonical.com/ focal somerville deb http://dell.archive.canonical.com/ jammy somerville-tentacool # deb-src http://dell.archive.canonical.com/ focal somerville-bulbasaur
But then the oem repo has two different dell package versions listed
So I have no idea what to change "focal oem" from focal-oem.list to.
UPDATE: Actually, according to the list here , somerville-bulbasaur should stay the same for the XPS 13. It needs to be updated for Ubuntu 22.04