On Sunday 14 January 2007 07:56, Joey Hess wrote: > Author: joeyh > Date: Sun Jan 14 07:56:15 2007 > New Revision: 44164 > Log: > * /etc/apt/trusted.gpg can't be guaranteed to be readable, and the udeb > download will fail to verify if it's not. Avoid this by making apt > use KEYRING. > > Modified: trunk/installer/build/util/get-packages > ======================================================================= > @@ -75,8 +78,9 @@ > -o Dir::Cache=`pwd`/$APTDIR/cache \ > -o Acquire::Retries=3 \ > -o Apt::Architecture=`dpkg-architecture -qDEB_HOST_ARCH` \ > + -o Apt::GPGV::TrustedKeyring="$KEYRING" \ > $SECOPTS" > - > +echo $APT_GET Is this last line a debugging statement that slipped in or intentional? Also, could you elaborate on how this fixes what problem? AFAICT we are still end up using /etc/apt/trusted.gpg, which may still not be readable.
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