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Re: Anyone know what this means when running aptitude update?




On Tue, Mar 28, 2017 at 01:24:59PM +0200, Frank wrote:
> Op 28-03-17 om 07:48 schreef Frank:
> Mark,
> 
> As it turns out the ID 1397BC53640DB551 refers to a subkey of key
> 7721F63BD38B4796. Both seem to be present in google's key file, so I can't
> explain why apt ignores one of them.
> I'll leave it up to you if you want to try importing it (again) the
> oldfashioned way. It shouldn't do any harm in this case.
> 
Thanks very much for your reply. I took the file I had previously 
downloaded, and had been placing in /etc/apt/trusted.gpg.d/ , and ran 
apt-key add on that file. It responded "OK", and after that aptitude 
update runs with zero errors.

Putting the file in trusted.gpg.d didn't work, importing it using 
apt-key add did. Given Sven's experience to the contrary, I am at a loss 
to explain that.

But what is important to me for now is that, at last, both problems from 
this thread are resolved and I get no errors when I run aptitude update. 
Thanks very much to everyone who contributed.

Mark