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When I run sudo apt update, it hits/gets a list of urls, including Hit:7 http://realsense-hw-public.s3.amazonaws.com/Debian/apt-repo bionic InRelease.

How do I remove this specific url from what apt updates?

I've found all kinds of ways of removing a known ppa, but I don't have a ppa or launchpad address for this one. It also does not show up in /etc/apt/sources.list.d.

Here is what shows up for this url in apt policy:

500 http://realsense-hw-public.s3.amazonaws.com/Debian/apt-repo bionic/main i386 Packages
     release o=Artifactory,a=bionic,n=bionic,l=Artifactory,c=main,b=i386
     origin realsense-hw-public.s3.amazonaws.com
 500 http://realsense-hw-public.s3.amazonaws.com/Debian/apt-repo bionic/main amd64 Packages
     release o=Artifactory,a=bionic,n=bionic,l=Artifactory,c=main,b=amd64
     origin realsense-hw-public.s3.amazonaws.com

Feel free to correct any mis-used terms.

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    Does grep -r realsense /etc/apt find anything? (It could be in /etc/apt/sources.list) Jan 26 at 16:03
  • It does! There's two entries each in list, list.save, and list.distUpgrade. I assume those can be deleted using rm, just like I used for other packages in sources.list.d ? I'll happily upvote and accept that comment if you post it as an answer. Jan 26 at 16:43
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Run grep -r realsense /etc/apt to find any files in /etc/apt that include that source. For example, it could be in /etc/apt/sources.list.

apt only processes source list files that end in .list. Any files named .list.save, .list.distUpgrade, and so on are just backups that apt doesn't use.

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