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#1 2017-10-04 10:03:27

eugen-b
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Registered: 2017-07-09
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Testing archlinux-2017.10.01-i686.iso

Hello,
I'm trying the most recent ISO archlinux-2017.10.01-i686.iso, verified with gpg --verify, it boots fine. I edited the mirrorlist, uncommented Server = http://mirror.archlinux32.oss/$arch/$repo
But when I try to sync to the mirror with pacman -Sy, I get "error: GPGME error: No data".
It gets solved by uncommenting Server = https://mirror.archlinux32.org/$arch/$repo, then the error appears once and then no more.

I will update this topic if I find more issues.

The installation went fine! No keyring issues.
Post install I had to edit sudoers file to uncomment %wheel to be able to use sudo with my user, but that's probably Arch default.

Last edited by eugen-b (2017-10-04 12:17:50)

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#2 2017-10-04 14:39:16

tyzoid
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From: Ann Arbor, MI
Registered: 2017-06-17
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Re: Testing archlinux-2017.10.01-i686.iso

Glad everything worked out. We'll check to see if it's a temporary thing, or if there are issues with the mirror.

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#3 2017-10-05 07:43:23

andreas_baumann
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From: Zurich, Switzerland
Registered: 2017-08-10
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Re: Testing archlinux-2017.10.01-i686.iso

Confirming, autoinstallation from ISO worked just fine. :-)

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#4 2017-10-05 09:40:36

deep42thought
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From: Jena, Germany
Registered: 2017-06-17
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Re: Testing archlinux-2017.10.01-i686.iso

The mirror issue is most probably, because you do not resolve opennic tlds.
.oss is not a tld resolvable via the "usual" dns servers (like 8.8.8.8 or most isp's dns servers).

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#5 2017-10-05 12:01:01

andreas_baumann
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From: Zurich, Switzerland
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Re: Testing archlinux-2017.10.01-i686.iso

shell> git clone git@github.com:Fusl/opennic-resolvconf-update.git
shell> ./resolvconf.sh

results in:

nameserver 31.3.135.232
nameserver 172.104.136.243
nameserver 144.76.133.38
nameserver 82.196.9.45

Adding those lines to `/etc/resolv.conf`, then:

shell> host mirror.archlinux32.oss

results in:

mirror.archlinux32.oss is an alias for jeti100.ioq.uni-jena.de.
jeti100.ioq.uni-jena.de has address 141.35.51.219

curl http://mirror.archlinux32.oss
<html>
<head><title>Index of /</title></head>
<body bgcolor="white">
<h1>Index of /</h1><hr><pre><a href="../">../</a>
<a href="archisos/">archisos/</a>                                          04-Oct-2017 04:46                   -
<a href="i686/">i686/</a>                                              04-Jul-2017 19:26                   -
<a href="irc-logs/">irc-logs/</a>                                          29-Mar-2017 21:00                   -
<a href="lastupdate">lastupdate</a>                                         05-Oct-2017 10:32                  11
</pre><hr></body>
</html>

Looks all ok to me..

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