error installing virtual min

i was instaling virualmin and i getting a error . i dont know what i have to do

Updating apt metadata [ERROR] Failed with error: 100 [ ✘ ]

this is my install log file

Updating apt metadata: [2020-10-16 10:42:47 CEST] [ERROR] Failed with error: 1$ [2020-10-16 10:42:47 CEST] [ERROR] Something went wrong. Exiting. [2020-10-16 10:42:47 CEST] [ERROR] The last few log entries were:

pleas help my with this problem \

kind regards


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Most installation problems are related to network connectivity, package management, or attempting to run the install script on an unsupported operating system or architecture.

Third Party Repositories and Package Conflicts If your package manager is configured to use non-OS package repositories, or if you have installed alternative versions of packages before installation, conflicts are likely to occur during installation. If you plan to use non-OS standard packages (other than those provided by Virtualmin repositories), they should be installed after installation of Virtualmin, and you should add an exclude directive to the yum or apt-get configuration in order to insure similar conflicts do not happen in the future.

Also note that if you are using non-OS standard packages, you may need to configure the relevant Webmin module to make it aware of the location of the configuration files.

Note that if your Linux distribution was installed by your ISP (such as with a VPS image), you may want to verify that no additional repositories were setup.

Package Manager Errors (signed errors, failed to download comps.xml file, etc.) Sometimes package manager metadata can end up in a broken state. Try cleaning the metadata to see if it resolves the problem.