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Re: Faulty .iso? No public key...


besides the good advise of John Doe about verifying an ISO, it should be
stated that "no public key available" during installation is not a typical
sign for a damaged ISO.
I'd rather suspect its intentional content being not being correct or maybe
the package mirror server not being up to date.

Josh W. wrote:
> I keep having the issue of no public key available

Did you already report details ?
Which ISO image file exactly ? Can you tell the mirror server address ?

Have a nice day :)