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Attached to Project: Arch Linux 32
Opened by Massimiliano Minarelli - 03.01.2021
Last edited by Andreas Baumann - 08.01.2021

FS#118 - signing key is expired

When trying to install the package, packman complies about the the key to be of unknown trust. Cheking the keyring the associated key appers to be expired.

Closed by  Andreas Baumann
08.01.2021 11:28
Reason for closing:  Fixed
Peter Tirsek commented on 04.01.2021 15:24

I had this problem. For me, it turned out to be because the Princeton mirror was out of sync, and my archlinux32-keyring package was out of date, along with others. Check your /etc/pacman.d/mirrorlist file, and if you're using the mirror.math.princeton.edu server, try switching to another, then update your system (possibly starting with archlinux-keyring, archlinux32-keyring separately from the rest).

Massimiliano Minarelli commented on 04.01.2021 15:34

Yes that was exactly the problem. The mirror I was using was giving problems. So I solved the issue by changing mirror and reinitializing the pacman keyring. Thank you very much. I'm closing the issue.


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