|--==> "rdr" == robert delius royar <robert(a)frinabulax.org> writes:
rdr> When I try to update packages (in prerelease) I get this error:
rdr> Can't check signature: Public key 82EDF2C1D1DD84CD not found
,----[ In your '~/.gnupg/gpg.conf' ]
| keyserver-options auto-key-retrieve
| keyserver x-hkp://pgp.mit.edu
If you get that error XEmacs should really ask if you want to update
the package-index without verifying. I smell a bug, I'll see what I
can do about it.
Thank you very much for bringing it to my attention, Robert.
rdr> Depending on whether you are using mailcrypt/PGP, you will get some question
rdr> about keys to fetch or whether to use the index without verifying the
rdr> signature. If the new index was different from the one already on disk,
rdr> will offer you to overwrite the old index.
rdr> However, I never see a question about whether to use the index without
I think the wording of that could be a lot better, I'll fix that up.
And double check the code to make sure it DTRT.
rdr> Is there a variable I can set so that lack of verification is
rdr> not a problem?
(setq package-get-require-signed-base-updates nil)
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