Error and stall upgrading the system

Running openhabian-config option 02, it ran for a considerable time, seemingly successfully, and then stalled with the following line:
N: Ignoring file ‘openhab2.liste’ in directory ‘/etc/apt/sources.list.d/’ as it has an invalid filename extension

I cannot exit the process with ctrl-C.

I am running openHAB 3.3.0, so why is it stalling with a callout to an openHAB2 file? How do I fix this? Fortunately, this hiccup doesn’t seem to have affected the normal operation of my system. I can open a new terminal session, too.

This is just a warning about that the file’s extension is different from .list. This is why the file is being ignored. This has no negative influence on the update/upgrade itself.
Open a shell and become super user ( root ) and you can remove the file. Running update/upgrade the next time and the warning message is gone.

Thanks. Didn’t want to arbitrarily delete a file without knowing the ramifications. The update finished when I re-ran it after deleting the file.

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