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Following the instructions at (https://bruno.id/preparation-for-the-substrate-workshop/) until I received a build error, executing the instructions under the 'Error' heading, I received the following error E0635.enter image description here

I executed: rustc --explain E0635 which provided the following output: enter image description here

My ubuntu and rust toochain versions are as follows:enter image description here

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How might I fix this?

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rustup default nightly-2022-07-24 && rustup target add wasm32-unknown-unknown

IMO, it's always good to follow the latest Polkadot release CI's Rust toolchain.

https://github.com/paritytech/polkadot/releases/tag/v0.9.30

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I got the same issue today and rustup update doesn't work. And I came to an idea.

rm -fr target Cargo.lock
cargo check

that's it. But anyone know what's the cause of it?

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For those who are having the same problem since version 1.72.0, you need to do the same: pause updates of nightly rust. You can do this by editing rust-toolchain.toml file:

[toolchain]
channel = "nightly-2023-06-15"
...
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I got the same issue, rustup default stable solved it

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The tracking issue on the rust github is this: https://github.com/rust-lang/rust/issues/113152

In short, removing Cargo.lock and recompiling should fix this.

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You need to update your nightly. You are using one from 2020, that is quite old. Running rustup update should do it.

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  • I updated, thanks! I'm still getting some build errors, but they are new errors. Progress! =)
    – Brian
    Oct 19, 2022 at 0:59

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