“HTTP server sent an invalid Content-Range header” during Ubuntu upgrade

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Very odd. This might be a bug in cherokee on the mirror in use but, rather than change mirrors and try again, I discovered that

sudo rm /var/cache/apt/archives/partial/xsane-common_0.997-2ubuntu3_all.deb

resolved the issue.

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