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#1 2018-06-29 14:40:31

dancaer69
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[SOLVED]Cannot update because of missing key

Hello,
I was trying to update today and I get some key errors similar with those from another thread here. I found that my system' s clock was wrong and I corrected it in bios. Then I rebooted and clock was correct in archlinux32 too. I first repopulate the keys for archlinux and archlinux32 and I tried again to update the system. But now I get another different key error and I didn't found any information in google for this.
I'm getting error in downloading required keys
error key "2C146C01A952AC0F" could not be looked up remotely
Any help on this?

Last edited by dancaer69 (2018-06-29 17:37:54)

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#2 2018-06-29 14:59:13

dancaer69
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Re: [SOLVED]Cannot update because of missing key

I think is fixed after I ran gpg --refresh keys.
I get a different error now though unrelated to GPG keys.
The error is:
libpsl: /usr/lib/libpsl.so.5 already exists in disk

Last edited by dancaer69 (2018-06-29 15:08:47)

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#3 2018-06-29 15:48:30

levi
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Re: [SOLVED]Cannot update because of missing key

Did you follow all of the instructions here: https://bbs.archlinux32.org/viewtopic.php?id=2490 (namely, do a 'pacman -S archlinux32-keyring' before an -Syu)?  I can't immediately see how not doing that would cause your issue though fwiw, but it's worth doing all of the advised steps before reporting an error.

What were you trying to do when you got that error?  Can we see some more of the log so we can see what it was doing when it hit that error (assuming it was an update or something, and running through the packages in sequence).  I see there is a libpsl package which provides that file on my system.  You can do a 'pacman -Qo /usr/lib/libpsl.so.5' to find out who else claims ownership to that file, and also do an 'ls -l' on it to see if it's a symbolic link or something you've created in the past to work around a lib mismatch.

Last edited by levi (2018-06-29 15:50:52)


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#4 2018-06-29 17:37:25

dancaer69
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Re: [SOLVED]Cannot update because of missing key

I did, when I first moved to archlinux32. I'm using on a netbook and I tried to do an update after 2-3 months from the latest update. As I said the problem mainly was the bios time. After I correct it and repopulate and refresh the keys I get the error about libpsl.so.
I did 'pacman -Qo' and I found that it didn't belong to any package, so I delete it and then I updated the system succesfully. So seems that my problem solved.

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#5 2018-06-30 07:41:16

andreas_baumann
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Re: [SOLVED]Cannot update because of missing key

libpsl.so.5 should actually belong to libpsl, maybe a leftover from an update of libpsl.
Deleting it was the right thing to do.

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