Aptitude thinks all packages are untrusted
tod at todandlorna.com
Fri Apr 2 11:21:21 MDT 2010
I'm pretty much just guessing here, but is gpg working on your system?
Do you have additional sources in your sources.list that aren't part of
the Debian archives? Is the keyring all setup correctly in
/etc/apt/trusted.gpg? Does that file have the proper permissions?
It can't be too many things. Apt isn't exactly complex in this regard,
so I'd start from there and if that provides you the answers, great. If
not, I'll try to come up with more scenarios it could possibly be. What
packages do you already have installed?
On 4/2/2010 1:24 AM, Michael Torrie wrote:
> I'm getting Debian 5.0 Lenny up and running on my plug computer
> (currently via an NFS root). I believe I'm using the armel
> architecture. Aptitude is complaining that all packages I try to
> install are untrusted. I've done quite a bit of research online and
> have followed the instructions to make sure I have the proper gpg keys
> installed into apt. In fact, apt-key list shows I have keys for:
> - Etch Stable Release Key<debian-release at lists.debian.org>
> - Debian-Volatile Archive Automatic Signing Key (expired: 2010-03-30)
> - Lenny Stable Release Key<debian-release at lists.debian.org>
> - Debian Archive Automatic Signing Key (5.0/lenny)
> - Debian-Volatile Archive Automatic Signing Key (5.0/lenny)
> - a key for Martin Michlmayr (????)
> I also have the proper debian-keyring and debian-archive-keyring
> packages installed, and gnupg.
> No matter what I do I cannot seem to get apt or aptitude to trust/verify
> the packages that are coming from official debian sources (have checked
> against the primary mirror), and packages I am pretty sure are signed by
> the debian maintainers.
> Can anyone point me in the right direction here?
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