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Re: Repeatable apt-get WARNING: The following packages cannot be authenticated!

Joel Rees wrote:
On Fri, Apr 18, 2014 at 1:02 AM, Richard Owlett
<rowlett@cloud85.net <mailto:rowlett@cloud85.net>> wrote:

    Joel Rees wrote:

        On Wed, Apr 16, 2014 at 11:49 PM, Richard Owlett
        <rowlett@cloud85.net <mailto:rowlett@cloud85.net>
        <mailto:rowlett@cloud85.net>>> wrote:

             Richard Owlett wrote:


             root@debian:/home/richard# apt-get install pforth

        pforth? Mind if I ask why?

    *LOL* not the part of my post for which I expected a comment.
    Primarily I needed an easily remembered package that wouldn't
    be on any of my test installs. I've been interested in FORTH
    since CPM-80 days.


The reason I ask is that doing an apt-get source or install of
gforth does not produce any complaints about unrecognized

I wonder why Garbee would have signed pforth himself. I only
looked a little ways around, but the key does seem to be his.
Maybe it has to do with where pforth is hosted.
Did you get similar complaints from anything else?

When I did a spot check to confirm Andrei's suggestion re
APT::Authentication::TrustCDROM "true";
I saw the problem installing ed.

I was using Squeeze 6.0.5 for my tests.
I have (but not yet installed) Wheezy 7.1 DVDs.

I have a laptop set aside for potentially destructive self education.
It's very cluttered at the moment. I plan to repartition and reinstall everything this weekend. I'll then have a test platform for both Squeeze and Wheezy.

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