• Update ERROR: Failed to commit transaction, invalid/corrupt pkg (PGP)


    Legacy BIOS Mode MBR Partition style
    Sony Vaio VGN-AW11Z/B approx 9 years old
    Processor: Intel Core2 Duo Processor T9400 2531 MHz
    Graphic Card: NVIDIA GeForce 9600M GT GPU
    Audio Card: Intel 82801I (ICH9 Family)
    Memory Type: 4GB DDR2 SDRAM 800MHz

    I installed Antergos Xfce last year and it has been great so far with no real problems

    today I noticed there were 52 updates 175MB incl kernel 4.11.2-1

    but using pamac I receive error message…

    ERROR: Failed to commit transaction
    invalid or corrupted package
    

    I managed to update most of the packages without any error but there are 5 packages that can’t be updated for two reasons…

    1. invalid or corrupted package (PGP signature)

    2. could not satisfy dependencies

    The five remaining problem packages are…

    • dropbox Failed to commit transaction invalid or corrupted package (PGP signature)

    • linux 4.11.2-1 could not satisfy dependencies
      nvidia-340xx:installing linux (4.11.2-1 breaks dependency ‘linux<4.11’

    • pamac invalid or corrupted package (PGP signature)

    • nvidia-340xx could not satisfy dependencies nvidia-340xx: requires linux>=4.11

    • numix-icon-theme invalid or corrupted package (PGP signature)

    I used google and found this solution for a very similar problem…

    https://forum.antergos.com/topic/1369/solved-failed-to-commit-transaction-invalid-or-corrupted-package/3

    @lots.0.logs suggested to run the following commands to resolve the issue:

    $ sudo pacman -S antergos-keyring
    $ sudo pacman-key --init
    $ sudo pacman-key --populate archlinux antergos
    $ sudo pacman -Syu
    
    

    I did this but it didn’t make any difference, here is the output for the above commands…

    [[email protected] ~]$ sudo pacman -S antergos-keyring
    [sudo] password for hugh: 
    warning: antergos-keyring-20150806-1 is up to date -- reinstalling
    resolving dependencies...
    looking for conflicting packages...
    
    Packages (1) antergos-keyring-20150806-1
    
    Total Installed Size:  0.04 MiB
    Net Upgrade Size:      0.00 MiB
    
    :: Proceed with installation? [Y/n] y
    (1/1) checking keys in keyring                                     [#####################################] 100%
    (1/1) checking package integrity                                   [#####################################] 100%
    (1/1) loading package files                                        Antergos[#####################################] 100%
    (1/1) checking for file conflicts                                  [#####################################] 100%
    (1/1) checking available disk space                                [#####################################] 100%
    :: Processing package changes...
    (1/1) reinstalling antergos-keyring                                [#####################################] 100%
    ==> Appending keys from antergos.gpg...
    ==> Locally signing trusted keys in keyring...
      -> Locally signing key 24B445614FAC071891EDCE49CDBD406AA1AA7A1D...
      -> Locally signing key D95436A2E18DA94A72B1A5E2AEA529BF122902E5...
      -> Locally signing key EC3B5CE8FE98DFDF51B705536D6DDA3D2A45C7B4...
    ==> Importing owner trust values...
    ==> Updating trust database...
    gpg: next trustdb check due at 2017-09-07
    :: Running post-transaction hooks...
    (1/1) Arming ConditionNeedsUpdate...
    [[email protected] ~]$
    
    [[email protected] ~]$ sudo pacman-key --init
    [[email protected] ~]$
    
    
    [[email protected] ~]$ sudo pacman-key --populate archlinux antergos
    ==> Appending keys from archlinux.gpg...
    ==> Appending keys from antergos.gpg...
    ==> Locally signing trusted keys in keyring...
      -> Locally signing key 684148BB25B49E986A4944C55184252D824B18E8...
      -> Locally signing key 24B445614FAC071891EDCE49CDBD406AA1AA7A1D...
      -> Locally signing key D95436A2E18DA94A72B1A5E2AEA529BF122902E5...
      -> Locally signing key 91FFE0700E80619CEB73235CA88E23E377514E00...
      -> Locally signing key AB19265E5D7D20687D303246BA1DFB64FFF979E7...
      -> Locally signing key 0E8B644079F599DFC1DDC3973348882F6AC6A4C2...
      -> Locally signing key EC3B5CE8FE98DFDF51B705536D6DDA3D2A45C7B4...
      -> Locally signing key 44D4A033AC140143927397D47EFD567D4C7EA887...
    ==> Importing owner trust values...
    ==> Disabling revoked keys in keyring...
      -> Disabling key 7FA647CD89891DEDC060287BB9113D1ED21E1A55...
      -> Disabling key D4DE5ABDE2A7287644EAC7E36D1A9E70E19DAA50...
      -> Disabling key 40440DC037C05620984379A6761FAD69BA06C6A9...
      -> Disabling key BC1FBE4D2826A0B51E47ED62E2539214C6C11350...
      -> Disabling key 63F395DE2D6398BBE458F281F2DBB4931985A992...
      -> Disabling key 8F76BEEA0289F9E1D3E229C05F946DED983D4366...
      -> Disabling key 81D7F8241DB38BC759C80FCE3A726C6170E80477...
      -> Disabling key 5E7585ADFF106BFFBBA319DC654B877A0864983E...
      -> Disabling key E7210A59715F6940CF9A4E36A001876699AD6E84...
      -> Disabling key F5A361A3A13554B85E57DDDAAF7EF7873CFD4BB6...
      -> Disabling key 9515D8A8EAB88E49BB65EDBCE6B456CAF15447D5...
      -> Disabling key 4A8B17E20B88ACA61860009B5CED81B7C2E5C0D2...
      -> Disabling key 0B20CA1931F5DA3A70D0F8D2EA6836E1AB441196...
      -> Disabling key 66BD74A036D522F51DD70A3C7F2A16726521E06D...
      -> Disabling key 27FFC4769E19F096D41D9265A04F9397CDFD6BB0...
    ==> Updating trust database...
    gpg: next trustdb check due at 2017-09-07
    [[email protected] ~]$
    
    [email protected] ~]$ sudo pacman -Syu
    :: Synchronising package databases...
     antergos is up to date
     core is up to date
     extra is up to date
     community is up to date
     multilib is up to date
    :: Starting full system upgrade...
    resolving dependencies...
    looking for conflicting packages...
    
    Packages (5) dropbox-26.4.24-1  linux-4.11.2-1  numix-icon-theme-1:0.r1942-1  nvidia-340xx-340.102-7
                 pamac-4.3.5-1
    
    Total Download Size:    57.60 MiB
    Total Installed Size:  252.56 MiB
    Net Upgrade Size:        0.73 MiB
    
    :: Proceed with installation? [Y/n] y
    :: Retrieving packages...
     dropbox-26.4.24-1-x86_64                  53.7 MiB  1683K/s 00:33 [#####################################] 100%
     numix-icon-theme-1:0.r1942-1-any           3.6 MiB  1864K/s 00:02 [#####################################] 100%
     pamac-4.3.5-1-x86_64                     341.3 KiB  1573K/s 00:00 [#####################################] 100%
    (5/5) checking keys in keyring                                     [#####################################] 100%
    (5/5) checking package integrity                                   [#####################################] 100%
    error: dropbox: signature from "Antergos Build Server (Automated Package Build System) <[email protected]>" is unknown trust
    :: File /var/cache/pacman/pkg/dropbox-26.4.24-1-x86_64.pkg.tar.xz is corrupted (invalid or corrupted package (PGP signature)).
    Do you want to delete it? [Y/n] y
    error: numix-icon-theme: signature from "Antergos Build Server (Automated Package Build System) <[email protected]>" is unknown trust
    :: File /var/cache/pacman/pkg/numix-icon-theme-1:0.r1942-1-any.pkg.tar.xz is corrupted (invalid or corrupted package (PGP signature)).
    Do you want to delete it? [Y/n] y
    error: pamac: signature from "Antergos Build Server (Automated Package Build System) <[email protected]>" is unknown trust
    :: File /var/cache/pacman/pkg/pamac-4.3.5-1-x86_64.pkg.tar.xz is corrupted (invalid or corrupted package (PGP signature)).
    Do you want to delete it? [Y/n] y
    error: failed to commit transaction (invalid or corrupted package (PGP signature))
    Errors occurred, no packages were upgraded.
    [[email protected] ~]$
    

    Has anyone seen this problem recently? I use Antergos on another more recent laptop without any problems.

    I am not an expert on Linux but can use terminal if I know the correct syntax. Any help would be appreciated.

  • @hughparker1 Take a look at this topic. The thread is long, but most of signature errors were sorted out.

  • @just said in Update ERROR: Failed to commit transaction, invalid/corrupt pkg (PGP):

    @hughparker1 Take a look at this topic. The thread is long, but most of signature errors were sorted out.

    Thanks for your quick response. I checked the link and ran the following command…

    $ sudo pacman-key --refresh-keys
    

    I then used pamac (package manager) to update the remaining packages and it completed successfully.

    EDIT: Here is the output for above command… …

    [[email protected] ~]$ sudo pacman-key --refresh-keys
    [sudo] password for hugh: 
    gpg: refreshing 94 keys from hkp://pool.sks-keyservers.net
    gpg: key E62F853100F0D0F0: "Gaetan Bisson <[email protected]>" 116 new signatures
    gpg: key B61DBCE10901C163: "Balló György <[email protected]>" 1 new signature
    gpg: key 4AC5588F941C2A25: "Antonio Rojas <[email protected]>" 1 new signature
    gpg: key FCF3C8CB5CF9C8D4: "Alexander Rødseth <[email protected]>" 1 new signature
    gpg: key 2E89012331361F01: "Evgeniy Alekseev <[email protected]>" 5 new signatures
    gpg: key FC1B547C8D8172C8: "Levente Polyak (anthraxx) <[email protected]>" 101 new signatures
    gpg: key 42A1DB15EC133BAD: "Angel Velásquez <[email protected]>" 1 new signature
    gpg: key 94657AB20F2A092B: "Andreas Radke <[email protected]>" 2 new signatures
    gpg: key F3E1D5C5D30DB0AD: "Andrea Scarpino <[email protected]>" 359 new signatures
    gpg: key B02854ED753E0https://forum.antergos.com/topic/6962/numix-icon-theme-signature-is-unknown-trustF1F: "Anatol Pomozov <[email protected]>" 4 new signatures
    gpg: key 9BDCF497A4BBCC7F: "Ambrevar <[email protected]>" 2 new signatures
    gpg: key AFF5D95098BC6FF5: "Maxime Gauduin <[email protected]cryd.xyz>" 1 new signature
    gpg: key F99FFE0FEAE999BD: "Allan McRae <[email protected]>" 6 new signatures
    gpg: key 40F557B731496106: "Andrzej Giniewicz (giniu) <[email protected]>" 1 new signature
    gpg: key 5184252D824B18E8: "Thomas Bächler (Arch Linux Master Key) <[email protected]>" 6 new signatures
    gpg: key 3348882F6AC6A4C2: "Pierre Schmitz (Arch Linux Master Key) <[email protected]>" 7 new signatures
    gpg: key 7EFD567D4C7EA887: "Ionut Biru (Arch Linux Master Key) <[email protected]>" 5 new signatures
    gpg: key A88E23E377514E00: "Florian Pritz (Arch Linux Master Key) <[email protected]>" 3 new signatures
    gpg: key A04F9397CDFD6BB0: "Dan McGee (Arch Linux Master Key) <[email protected]>" 7 new signatures
    gpg: key BA1DFB64FFF979E7: "Allan McRae (Arch Linux Master Key) <[email protected]>" 12 new signatures
    gpg: key DB323392796CA067: "Ike Devolder <[email protected]>" 2 new signatures
    gpg: key E8F18BA1615137BC: "Ionut Biru <[email protected]>" 6 new signatures
    gpg: key A5E9288C4FA415FA: "Jan Alexander Steffens (heftig) <[email protected]>" 194 new signatures
    gpg: key DA6426DD215B37AD: "Guillaume ALAUX <[email protected]>" 197 new signatures
    gpg: key B7310AE5F04569AE: "Giovanni Scafora <[email protected]>" 13 new signatures
    gpg: key 786C63F330D7CB92: "Felix Yan <[email protected]>" 270 new signatures
    gpg: key 51E8B148A9999C34: "Evangelos Foutras <[email protected]>" 11 new signatures
    gpg: key 654B877A0864983E: "Martin Wimpress (http://www.flexion.org) <[email protected]>" 13 new signatures
    gpg: key 90CB3D62C13D4796: "Jiachen Yang <[email protected]>" 4 new signatures
    gpg: key 59B3122E2FA915EC: "Alexandre Filgueira <[email protected]>" 1 new signature
    gpg: key A6234074498E9CEE: "Christian Hesse (Arch Linux Package Signing) <[email protected]>" 64 new signatures
    gpg: key FCF2CB179205AC90: "Eric Belanger <[email protected]>" 1 new signature
    gpg: key 5FA5E5544F010D48: "Daniel Wallace <[email protected]>" 7 new signatures
    gpg: key 1EB2638FF56C0C53: "Dave Reisner <[email protected]>" 10 new signatures
    gpg: key 5ED514A45BD5C938: "Gerardo Exequiel Pozzi <[email protected]>" 7 new signatures
    gpg: key 761FAD69BA06C6A9: "Dicebot <[email protected]>" 2 new signatures
    gpg: key E613C09CB4440678: "Daniel Isenmann <[email protected]>" 1 new signature
    gpg: key 5C2E46A0F53A76ED: "Dan McGee <[email protected]>" 17 new signatures
    gpg: key D53A0445B47A0DAB: "Connor Behan <[email protected]>" 1 new signature
    gpg: key BBE43771487328A9: "Bartlomiej Piotrowski <[email protected]>" 22 new signatures
    gpg: key 6D1655C14CE1C13E: "Florian Pritz <[email protected]>" 56 new signatures
    gpg: key 65C110C1EA433FC7: "Sergej Pupykin <[email protected]>" 4 new signatures
    gpg: key CF7037A4F27FB7DA: "speps <[email protected]>" 5 new signatures
    gpg: key 8DBD63B82072D77A: "Sébastien Luttringer <[email protected]>" 17 new signatures
    gpg: key 456C7A9B91B842AE: "Jakob Gruber <[email protected]>" 1 new signature
    gpg: key 81AF739EC0711BF1: "Rashif Rahman (Ray) <[email protected]>" 1 new signature
    gpg: key 426991CD8406FFF3: "Ronald van Haren <[email protected]>" 1 new signature
    gpg: key 206CBC892D1493D2: "Rémy Oudompheng <[email protected]>" 12 new signatures
    gpg: key 7F2D434B9741E8AC: "Pierre Schmitz <[email protected]>" 18 new signatures
    gpg: key 51DAE9B7C1AE9161: "NicoHood <[email protected]>" 1 new user ID
    gpg: key 51DAE9B7C1AE9161: "NicoHood <[email protected]>" 15 new signatures
    gpg: key B4360204B250F0D3: "Fabio Castelli <[email protected]>" 97 new signatures
    gpg: key 94DD2393DA2EE423: "Massimiliano Torromeo (Personal non-work identity) <[email protected]>" 1 new signature
    gpg: key A91764759326B440: "Lukas Fleischer <[email protected]>" 26 new signatures
    gpg: key 06096A6AD1CEDDAC: "Laurent Carlier <[email protected]>" 1 new signature
    gpg: key 50FB9B273A9D0BB5: "Johannes Löthberg <[email protected]>" 20 new signatures
    gpg: key 396E3E25BAB142C1: "Kyle Keen <[email protected]>" 1 new signature
    gpg: key A3D9562A589874AB: "Jürgen Hötzel <[email protected]>" 2 new signatures
    gpg: key 332C9C40F40D2072: "Jonathan Steel <[email protected]>" 5 new signatures
    gpg: key 24E4CDB0013C2580: "Jaroslav Lichtblau <[email protected]>" 4 new signatures
    gpg: key 37E0AF1FDA48F373: "Jerome Leclanche <[email protected]>" 5 new signatures
    gpg: key 976AC6FA3B94FA10: "Jan de Groot <[email protected]>" 2 new signatures
    gpg: key C06086337C50773E: "Jelle van der Waa <[email protected]>" 5 new signatures
    gpg: key 6D1A9E70E19DAA50: "Peter Richard Lewis <[email protected]>" 153 new signatures
    gpg: key B9113D1ED21E1A55: "Kaiting Chen <[email protected]>" 5 new signatures
    gpg: key 5F946DED983D4366: "Justin Davis (juster) <[email protected]>" 8 new signatures
    gpg: key AF7EF7873CFD4BB6: "Jonathan Conder <[email protected]>" 5 new signatures
    gpg: key F2DBB4931985A992: "Dieter Plaetinck <[email protected]>" 6 new signatures
    gpg: key A001876699AD6E84: "Gavin Marciniak-Bisesi <[email protected]>" 13 new signatures
    gpg: key E6B456CAF15447D5: "Federico Cinelli <[email protected]>" 11 new signatures
    gpg: key E2539214C6C11350: "Federico Cinelli <[email protected]>" 5 new signatures
    gpg: key 7F2A16726521E06D: "Christopher Brannon <[email protected]>" 12 new signatures
    gpg: key 1D1F0DC78F173680: "Xyne. (key #3) <[email protected]>" 4 new signatures
    gpg: key 097D629E437520BD: "Vesa Kaihlavirta <[email protected]>" 1 new signature
    gpg: key 39E4F17F295AFBF4: "Thorsten Töpper <[email protected]>" 132 new signatures
    gpg: key E711306E3C4F88BC: "Timothy Redaelli <[email protected]>" 6 new signatures
    gpg: key 771DF6627EDF681F: "Tobias Powalowski <[email protected]>" 7 new signatures
    gpg: key C8880A6406361833: "Tom Gundersen <[email protected]>" 5 new signatures
    gpg: key 284FC34C8E4B1A25: "Thomas Bächler <[email protected]>" 6 new signatures
    gpg: key F9E712E59AF5F22A: "Daniel Micay <[email protected]>" 6 new signatures
    gpg: key C847B6AEB0544167: "Nicola Squartini <[email protected]>" not changed
    gpg: key 7FB1A3800C84C0A5: "Thomas Dziedzic <[email protected]>" 1 new signature
    gpg: key 39E4B877E62EB915: "Sven-Hendrik Haase <[email protected]>" 3 new signatures
    gpg: key 73B8ED52F1D357C1: "Lukas Jirkovsky <[email protected]>" 1 new signature
    gpg: key 1F0CD4921ECAA030: "Baptiste Jonglez <[email protected]>" 94 new signatures
    gpg: key D21461E3DFE2060D: "Christian Rebischke (Arch Linux Security Team-Member) <[email protected]>" 21 new signatures
    gpg: key 9D893EC4DAAF9129: "Bruno Pagani <[email protected]>" 110 new signatures
    gpg: key F22FB1D78A77AEAB: "Giancarlo Razzolini (grazzolini) <[email protected]>" 1 new signature
    gpg: key CDBD406AA1AA7A1D: "Antergos Build Server (Automated Package Build System) <[email protected]>" 1 new signature
    gpg: key AEA529BF122902E5: "Dustin Falgout (Antergos Developer) <[email protected]>" 2 new signatures
    gpg: key 6D6DDA3D2A45C7B4: "Alexandre Filgueira Sánchez (2012/07/15) <[email protected]>" 1 new signature
    gpg: key 5CED81B7C2E5C0D2: "Xyne. <[email protected]>" 6 new signatures
    gpg: key EA6836E1AB441196: "Stéphane Gaudreault <[email protected]>" 6 new signatures
    gpg: key 3A726C6170E80477: "Роман Кирилич (Roman Kyrylych) <[email protected]>" 5 new signatures
    gpg: Total number processed: 93
    gpg:              unchanged: 1
    gpg:           new user IDs: 1
    gpg:         new signatures: 2420
    gpg: marginals needed: 3  completes needed: 1  trust model: pgp
    gpg: depth: 0  valid:   1  signed:   8  trust: 0-, 0q, 0n, 0m, 0f, 1u
    gpg: depth: 1  valid:   8  signed:  71  trust: 0-, 0q, 0n, 8m, 0f, 0u
    gpg: depth: 2  valid:  70  signed:  10  trust: 70-, 0q, 0n, 0m, 0f, 0u
    gpg: next trustdb check due at 2017-10-20
    [[email protected] ~]$
    

    I noticed there was a large number of new signatures, so my previous efforts weren’t very successful, although I am not an expert and was just trying to fix the problem any way I could.

    I was wondering if this happens again, would I just need to run this single command first, and would the previous commands that I ran not be necessary?

    EDIT: I was also wondering why this happened, the last update I did on this laptop was 11 days ago, is this too long a period to wait to update? I heard you should update frequently to minimise any errors as this is a rolling release.

    Thanks again @Just and also thanks to @alanaktion for recommending this update to the key. It worked for me.

  • @hughparker1 said in Update ERROR: Failed to commit transaction, invalid/corrupt pkg (PGP):

    …I was wondering if this happens again,…

    No, it was an exeptional event. It might happen again - nothing lasts forever, - but it happens very seldom. The last time something similar happened almost 2 years ago, 13 August 2015.

    …would I just need to run this single command…

    Yes, it should be enough to simply refresh pacman keys, with the single command.

    the last update I did on this laptop was 11 days ago, is this too long a period to wait to update?

    No, it doesn’t depend on upgrades frequency. Many people upgrade once a week. Others monthly or daily. I upgrade immediately when a new upgrade arrives, even several, 3-4 times a day. Once I upgraded an old forgotten Arch after 8 (eight) months of disuse - without any issue. It was a very pleasant surprise for me, and the best example of the excellent Arch’s stability and reliability.

    I heard you should update frequently to minimise any errors as this is a rolling release.

    Yes, it’s a very good rule. Upgrade - and backup the / (root) :) ! - as frequently as you can. My Arch in Production runs from 2013, Antergos - since 2015 - both without major problems and | or re-installation. I even forgot how to install the native Arch, shame on me.

  • @just Thanks for the excellent response to my questions.

    I spoke to soon about not having any problem with Antregos on my newer laptop, this morning pamac suggested several packages needed updated, and I got same message as before…

    • ERROR: Failed to commit transaction
      invalid or corrupted package

    But I was prepared this time, I opened a terminal and ran the single command as you suggested in your reply…

    $ sudo pacman-key --refresh-keys
    

    This resolved the problem and the updates were successfully installed in just a few seconds.

    I have previously only used Debian or *buntu distros because I was reluctant to learn a new package manager (I’m 70 years old :older_man_tone1: now) but I haven’t needed to use the terminal very much so I’m glad I made the switch to Arch based Antergos. It is so fast and a pleasure to use.

    I would like to say I am very impressed with the response from this forum, the help has been first class, I am slowly learning Linux but still consider myself to be a newbie, yet everyone is so helpful. So big thanks @just, keep up the good work.

  • @hughparker1 Thank you very much for your very kind words. The original idea with sudo pacman-key --refresh-keys belongs to @alanaktion. I solved this problem on my Antergoses thanks to him.

    Terminal is a very good friend in Antergos and Arch. Pacman in terminal doesn’t hide any minimal detail about what’s happening. So it’s relatively easy to figure out what’s going wrong and find a solution.

    Thanks again

  • @just said

    Pacman in terminal doesn’t hide any minimal detail about what’s happening.

    Shame on me, but I have to admit it! I almost exclusively reverted to using pamac in place of pacman for updates only. I find it easier (lazy bone), to just click on its icon when I m notified of updates and get the work done.
    Here, too, you can monitor all the process, all possible errors, as well. Pressing the details button, pamac actually becomes a terminal itself.
    I resort to the good, old CLI pacman only in the rare cases where I need some manual intervention. (by the way, I never tried to see if I could resolve issues from within pamac itself, typing in commands-have to try it next time an issue comes up)…:angel:

    1.Antergos Linux KDE plasma / Gnome 2.Ubuntu 17.10 64bit Unity
    Intel Core2 Duo CPU P8400 2.26GHz‖ RAM 3908 MiB ‖ Dell Inc. 0F328M - Dell Inc. Latitude E6500
    Intel Mobile 4 Series Chipset Integrated Graphics [8086:2a42] {i915

  • so i have the same error when i want update my computer:
    antergos-keyring invalid/corrupt pkg (PGP)
    but when i want fix it by

    sudo pacman-key --refresh-keys
    

    i have error:

    gpg: refreshing 94 keys from hkp://pool.sks-keyservers.net
    gpg: keyserver receive failed: Address family not supported by protocol
    

    so this solution dont work for me

  • @joksik said in Update ERROR: Failed to commit transaction, invalid/corrupt pkg (PGP):

    so i have the same error when i want update my computer:
    antergos-keyring invalid/corrupt pkg (PGP)
    but when i want fix it by

    sudo pacman-key --refresh-keys
    

    i have error:

    gpg: refreshing 94 keys from hkp://pool.sks-keyservers.net
    gpg: keyserver receive failed: Address family not supported by protocol
    

    so this solution dont work for me

    Hi @joksik, I’m no expert but other users had similar problems and they had to download the keys again… https://forum.antergos.com/topic/7026/error-during-updating/2

    I don’t know if this will fix your problem but have a look to see if it applies to your issue. If you are still having a problem it might be worth a try

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