• Update fails. Any ideas why? (DE: cinnamon, fresh installation)


    @Ilham-Yudha Good. Looks like the pacman’s cache has been cleaned.

    Please, confirm that by posting back the output of

    $ ls -lh /var/cache/pacman/pkg
    total 0
    $ 
    

    We’re still far from the solution.

  • @just

    [[email protected] ~]$ ls -lh /var/cache/pacman/pkg/
    total 0
    [[email protected] ~]$ 
    

    If you do not mind, it’s ok for me :D

  • @Ilham-Yudha OK. Let’s install the haveged package. It helps to improve the system’s entropy (random numbers generation) during Arch keys installations. It’s absolutely useless for anything else. May be safely removed after the first use.

    Install hevegd with

    $ sudo pacman -S haveged
    [sudo] password for just: *********
    warning: haveged-1.9.1-2 is up to date -- reinstalling
    resolving dependencies...
    looking for conflicting packages...
    
    Packages (1) haveged-1.9.1-2
    
    Total Download Size:   0.04 MiB
    Total Installed Size:  0.13 MiB
    Net Upgrade Size:      0.00 MiB
    
    :: Proceed with installation? [Y/n] Y
    :: Retrieving packages ...
     haveged-1.9.1-2-x86_64               37.9 KiB  1025K/s 00:00 [########] 100%
    (1/1) checking keys in keyring                                [########] 100%
    (1/1) checking package integrity                              [########] 100%
    (1/1) loading package files                                   [########] 100%
    (1/1) checking for file conflicts                             [########] 100%
    (1/1) checking available disk space                           [########] 100%
    (1/1) reinstalling haveged                                    [########] 100%
    $ 
    

    We’re preparing to re-initialize Antergos keys and to re-populate them with good new ones. It’s not a solution yet.

  • @just

    [[email protected] ~]$ sudo pacman -S haveged
    warning: haveged-1.9.1-2 is up to date -- reinstalling
    resolving dependencies...
    looking for conflicting packages...
    
    Packages (1) haveged-1.9.1-2
    
    Total Download Size:   0.04 MiB
    Total Installed Size:  0.13 MiB
    Net Upgrade Size:      0.00 MiB
    
    :: Proceed with installation? [Y/n] y
    :: Retrieving packages ...
     haveged-1.9.1-2-x86_64    37.9 KiB   148K/s 00:00 [######################] 100%
    (1/1) checking keys in keyring                     [######################] 100%
    (1/1) checking package integrity                   [######################] 100%
    (1/1) loading package files                        [######################] 100%
    (1/1) checking for file conflicts                  [######################] 100%
    (1/1) checking available disk space                [######################] 100%
    (1/1) reinstalling haveged                         [######################] 100%
    [[email protected] ~]$ 
    

    done…

  • @Ilham-Yudha So far, so good.

    Let haveged to do its invisible but very useful job now:

    $ sudo haveged -w 1024
    [sudo] password for just: *********
    $ 
    

    The command produces no output. Nevertheless, post it back here, just to be sure it has been executed successfully.

    We’re only 5 steps away from the (possible) solution.

  • I want to install Antergos on a new system tonight. Is there a possibility that I will encounter the same problem upon installation (making it impossible to install on an HDD)?

  • @Noctem said:

    …Is there a possibility that I will encounter the same problem upon installation…

    No, there is not. Go ahead and install Antergos without a doubt. It will not be affected by the signatures problem. The only expected result is the (positive) shock when a newly installed Antergos will shine on your computer in all its beauty.

  • @just

    [[email protected] ~]$ sudo haveged -w 1024
    [sudo] password for zero: 
    [[email protected] ~]$ 
    

    done 🐰

  • @Ilham-Yudha Nice.

    If, after running the haveged once, you have turned the computer off, then run it again. The haveged process must be running, before we pass to the next two steps.

    We will

    1. initialize Antergos keys
    2. populate them with initial values

    With haveged running, execute two following commands in sequence. One after another.

    The first one is:

    $ sudo pacman-key --init
    [sudo] password for just: *********
    $
    

    The command has no output. Post it back here though. To be sure it was executed without a problem.

    The second one is:

    $ sudo pacman-key --populate archlinux antergos
    [sudo] password for just: *********
    ==> Appending keys from archlinux.gpg...
    ==> Appending keys from antergos.gpg...
    ==> Locally signing trusted keys in keyring...
      -> Locally signing key 0E8B644079F599DFC1DDC3973348882F6AC6A4C2...
      -> Locally signing key 684148BB25B49E986A4944C55184252D824B18E8...
      -> Locally signing key 24B445614FAC071891EDCE49CDBD406AA1AA7A1D...
      -> Locally signing key D95436A2E18DA94A72B1A5E2AEA529BF122902E5...
      -> Locally signing key EC3B5CE8FE98DFDF51B705536D6DDA3D2A45C7B4...
      -> Locally signing key 44D4A033AC140143927397D47EFD567D4C7EA887...
      -> Locally signing key 27FFC4769E19F096D41D9265A04F9397CDFD6BB0...
      -> Locally signing key AB19265E5D7D20687D303246BA1DFB64FFF979E7...
    ==> Importing owner trust values...
    ==> Disabling revoked keys in keyring...
      -> Disabling key F5A361A3A13554B85E57DDDAAF7EF7873CFD4BB6...
      -> Disabling key 7FA647CD89891DEDC060287BB9113D1ED21E1A55...
      -> Disabling key D4DE5ABDE2A7287644EAC7E36D1A9E70E19DAA50...
      -> Disabling key BC1FBE4D2826A0B51E47ED62E2539214C6C11350...
      -> Disabling key 9515D8A8EAB88E49BB65EDBCE6B456CAF15447D5...
      -> Disabling key 4A8B17E20B88ACA61860009B5CED81B7C2E5C0D2...
      -> Disabling key 63F395DE2D6398BBE458F281F2DBB4931985A992...
      -> Disabling key 0B20CA1931F5DA3A70D0F8D2EA6836E1AB441196...
      -> Disabling key 8F76BEEA0289F9E1D3E229C05F946DED983D4366...
      -> Disabling key 66BD74A036D522F51DD70A3C7F2A16726521E06D...
      -> Disabling key 81D7F8241DB38BC759C80FCE3A726C6170E80477...
      -> Disabling key E7210A59715F6940CF9A4E36A001876699AD6E84...
    ==> Updating trust database...
    gpg: next trustdb check due at 2016-01-22
    $
    

    Please, don’t limit the answer to a generic “I’ve ran it. What’s now?”. Detailed output helps to figure out where the problem is. If we want to be successful in Arch, we have to love to read and interpret the logs.

    Two commands don’t solve the PGP signature problem yet. The (possible) solution is 2 and a half steps ahead.

  • @Ilham-Yudha said:

    …done 🐰

    I’m not an avid forums user, and generally try to avoid to post to them. My emoticons knowledge is less than nothing. Just out of curiosity, what does the “rabbit” emoticon mean? A simple smile 😄 is the most sophisticated emoticon I’m able to add to a post.

  • hii @just

    i don’t know what does the rabbit icon mean. i just like it and post it :D

  • @zero Understand and accept. But that worries me. Applying things without knowing their meaning may lead to bad results. Especially on Arch.

    Never mind.

    Have you completed the previous step? Shall we continue and go ahead? We’re very close to the final solution.

    If the problem has been solved somehow in the meantime, just don’t reply. We’ll stop here.

  • Thanks, @just and @karasu. I was having this issue today, but no more!

  • @cryptorick Thank you for reading the forum before asking a question 👍 . Much appreciated.

  • wow you guy are cool, very helpful. I installed antergos on my old pc and its running with no problem so far for almost a month now.

  • @just said in Update fails. Any ideas why? (DE: cinnamon, fresh installation):

    sudo pacman -Scc  <-- reply with explicit y to the first question
    sudo pacman -Syy
    sudo pacman -S haveged
    sudo haveged -w 1024
    sudo pacman-key --init
    sudo pacman-key --populate archlinux antergos
    sudo pkill haveged
    sudo pacman -S antergos-keyring
    sudo pacman -Syu
    

    Or, if there are packages from AUR in use, instead of the last command use

    yaourt -Syua
    

    This sadly did not work for me.

    For my ONLY changing /etc/pacman.conf SigLevel to Never worked for me. But that’s not what I want.
    Ideas ?

  • @BrutalBirdie open a new treat on your issue with keys… and give us the exact error you get…

    ::closing::

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