Re: Expired GPG keys of older release
- Date: Wed, 20 Jun 2018 14:27:24 +0200
- From: Adam Cecile <adam.cecile@xxxxxxxx>
- Subject: Re: Expired GPG keys of older release
On 06/20/2018 02:17 PM, Greg Wooledge wrote:
It's indeed a dockerfile, way better to run that very old app into a
squeeze docker than the whole server.
On Wed, Jun 20, 2018 at 08:47:39AM +0200, Adam Cecile wrote:
---> Running in 2300490ebb96
You didn't show the command that you typed. That makes it harder to
W: GPG error: http://archive.debian.org squeeze Release: The following
Is a warning. You can tell by the giant W.
WARNING: The following packages cannot be authenticated!
Is a warning. You can tell by the giant WARNING.
E: There are problems and -y was used without --force-yes
Stop typing the -y option when you type the command in the terminal
that you're typing commands into. Or, as a second-rate fallback
solution, consider typing the --force-yes option as well.
And if you mention the D word (the one that is not Debian) to me, or
if you say that you are not typing commands into a terminal, I will
most likely yell at you.
Anyway, the command is apt-get install -y wget ca-certificates and it
refuses to run it because the package are marked as unauthenticated,
thanks to the expired key.
I still thinks it *sucks* to have no alternative then considering
packages signed by an expired key like unsigned packages....