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GPG key issues when installing linux-rt from pacaur
« on: 23. March 2016, 08:37:21 »
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:: Checking linux-rt integrity...
==> Making package: linux-rt 4.4.4_rt11-1 (Wed Mar 23 01:26:59 MDT 2016)
==> Retrieving sources...
  -> Found linux-4.4.tar.xz
  -> Found linux-4.4.tar.sign
  -> Found patch-4.4.4.xz
  -> Found patch-4.4.4.sign
  -> Found patch-4.4.4-rt11.patch.xz
  -> Found patch-4.4.4-rt11.patch.sign
  -> Found config
  -> Found config.x86_64
  -> Found linux-rt.preset
  -> Found change-default-console-loglevel.patch
  -> Found 0001-sdhci-revert.patch
  -> Found fix-race-in-PRT-wait-for-completion-simple-wait-code_Nvidia-RT-160319.patch
==> Validating source files with sha256sums...
    linux-4.4.tar.xz ... Passed
    linux-4.4.tar.sign ... Skipped
    patch-4.4.4.xz ... Passed
    patch-4.4.4.sign ... Skipped
    patch-4.4.4-rt11.patch.xz ... Passed
    patch-4.4.4-rt11.patch.sign ... Skipped
    config ... Passed
    config.x86_64 ... Passed
    linux-rt.preset ... Passed
    change-default-console-loglevel.patch ... Passed
    0001-sdhci-revert.patch ... Passed
    fix-race-in-PRT-wait-for-completion-simple-wait-code_Nvidia-RT-160319.patch ... Passed
==> Verifying source file signatures with gpg...
    linux-4.4.tar ... FAILED (unknown public key 79BE3E4300411886)
    patch-4.4.4 ... FAILED (unknown public key 38DBBDC86092693E)
    patch-4.4.4-rt11.patch ... FAILED (unknown public key 7B96E8162A8CF5D1)
==> ERROR: One or more PGP signatures could not be verified!
:: failed to verify linux-rt integrity

This is what happens whenever I try to install it. I remember running into PGP errors installing things from PPAs on Ubuntu, but rarely have I had this happen on Manjaro. It sounds like other people have managed to install this before, so I'm wondering if this is the result of one of the packages being tampered with, or if it's simply because I don't have things set up right. Any advice? Thanks. :)

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Re: GPG key issues when installing linux-rt from pacaur
« Reply #1 on: 23. March 2016, 09:28:24 »
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Re: GPG key issues when installing linux-rt from pacaur
« Reply #3 on: 25. March 2016, 13:47:20 »
OK, I've got a new issue, no matter what I try, linux-rt never shows up as installed in octopi, nor can I select it as a kernel, even after it has downloaded and compiled. What am I doing wrong?

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Re: GPG key issues when installing linux-rt from pacaur
« Reply #4 on: 25. March 2016, 14:09:15 »
Have you verified the package is actually installed? Did it perform an 'update-grub' after installation?
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Re: GPG key issues when installing linux-rt from pacaur
« Reply #5 on: 25. March 2016, 14:30:11 »
just getting a kernel on your hard disk isn;t enough. add a preset to /etc/mkinitcpio.d/ folder, followed by mkinitcpio -P and update-grub
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Re: GPG key issues when installing linux-rt from pacaur
« Reply #6 on: 02. April 2016, 06:52:41 »
Have you verified the package is actually installed? Did it perform an 'update-grub' after installation?
Well, the last time I attempted to install a kernel from the AUR, it didn't perform an "update-grub" command, nor could I find where the compiled kernel ended up. It's like it compiled, then vanished.

just getting a kernel on your hard disk isn;t enough. add a preset to /etc/mkinitcpio.d/ folder, followed by mkinitcpio -P and update-grub
How would I add one of those presets?

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Re: GPG key issues when installing linux-rt from pacaur
« Reply #7 on: 02. April 2016, 07:05:39 »
How would I add one of those presets?
dude it's just a text file, create one with nano/vim/whatever. You can refer to the presets for your existing kernels in /etc/mkinitcpio.d folder. Looks something like this
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# mkinitcpio preset file for the 'linux' package

ALL_config="/etc/mkinitcpio.conf"
ALL_kver="/boot/vmlinuz-4.1-x86_64"

PRESETS=('default' 'fallback')

#default_config="/etc/mkinitcpio.conf"
default_image="/boot/initramfs-4.1-x86_64.img"
#default_options=""

#fallback_config="/etc/mkinitcpio.conf"
fallback_image="/boot/initramfs-4.1-x86_64-fallback.img"
fallback_options="-S autodetect"
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