So i have this problem which started about a week ago, i reckon around the time of that pacman update. Anyway i'm getting signing erros on package installs and a sudo pacman-key --init
sudo pacman-key --populate archlinux with and without sudo pacman -Syy fixes it....till i reboot then it errors up again. I've removed the /etc/pacman.d/gnupg folder etc reinstalled archlinux-keyring, pacman without a fix. Sorry my first post here is a beg for ideas to help but i'm more of a lurker then poster.
If anyone needs more info i am happy to provide as i really would love to solve this. Long live arch linux
Should add the keys show up with pacman-key -l or -f etc after reboot but doesn't stop me from errors. so the keyring is still there but not searched? but if i do a pacman-key --refresh-keys then it will find new keys but this will not fix the errors and allow package install. needs the --init then populate to allow install.
hope i'm clear enough
Last edited by woznme (2013-03-12 12:39:32)
Allan it appears to be correct, and i disabled the ntpd check/set i had autostarting and that made no difference. Thanks for your efforts in helping troubleshoot this.
not sure this helps but if I logout my openbox session (--exit) then logon again the keyring is still working fine.
Last edited by woznme (2013-03-10 14:22:23)
I have the same issues
I looked at it again today but its beyond me, not really a major issue. Just like to have everything working perfect, horrible trait i have. Let me know if you have success vitamin.
sudo systemctl disable pacman-init.service
Then reboot, then
sudo pacman-key --init sudo pacman-key --populate archlinux
Love your work vitamin, thats got the girl working again. That service as far as i know was disabled and must of been re-enabled with an update. cheers. [SOLVED]