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Re: GPG error when trying to update Lenny

On Fri 18 May 2018 at 08:08:49 (+0900), Mark Fletcher wrote:
> On Wed, May 16, 2018 at 03:20:09PM +0000, Marie-Madeleine Gullibert wrote:
> > Hello to all, 
> > 
> > I'm relatively new to Debian. I'm helping out a small organization that has a library server installed on Debian to update their system. They run currently on Debian lenny so I'm first trying to upgrade the Debian system, but I keep running into a GPG error when I try to first update. I've tried many things but none have worked so far, and would gladly welcome any suggestions. I do have debian-archive-keyring installed (and up to date) and I've tried retrieving my expired keys from a two different keyservers to no avail. 
> > 
> > Here's what happens (I'm running as root): 
> > 
> > localhost:~# apt-get update
> > Get:1 http://archive.debian.org lenny Release.gpg [1034B]
> > Ign http://archive.debian.org lenny/main Translation-en_US
> > Get:2 http://archive.debian.org lenny/updates Release.gpg [836B]
> > Ign http://archive.debian.org lenny/updates/main Translation-en_US
> > Ign http://archive.debian.org lenny/updates/contrib Translation-en_US
> > Get:3 http://archive.debian.org lenny/volatile Release.gpg [481B]
> > Ign http://archive.debian.org lenny/volatile/main Translation-en_US
> > Hit http://archive.debian.org lenny Release
> > Hit http://archive.debian.org lenny/updates Release
> > Hit http://archive.debian.org lenny/volatile Release
> > Get:4 http://archive.debian.org lenny Release [99.6kB]
> > Get:5 http://archive.debian.org lenny/updates Release [92.4kB]
> > Ign http://archive.debian.org lenny Release
> > Get:6 http://archive.debian.org lenny/volatile Release [40.7kB]
> > Ign http://archive.debian.org lenny/updates Release
> > Ign http://archive.debian.org lenny/volatile Release
> > Ign http://archive.debian.org lenny/main Packages/DiffIndex
> > Ign http://archive.debian.org lenny/main Sources/DiffIndex
> > Ign http://archive.debian.org lenny/updates/main Packages/DiffIndex
> > Ign http://archive.debian.org lenny/updates/contrib Packages/DiffIndex
> > Ign http://archive.debian.org lenny/updates/main Sources/DiffIndex
> > Ign http://archive.debian.org lenny/updates/contrib Sources/DiffIndex
> > Ign http://archive.debian.org lenny/volatile/main Packages/DiffIndex
> > Ign http://archive.debian.org lenny/volatile/main Sources/DiffIndex
> > Hit http://archive.debian.org lenny/main Packages
> > Hit http://archive.debian.org lenny/main Sources
> > Hit http://archive.debian.org lenny/updates/main Packages
> > Hit http://archive.debian.org lenny/updates/contrib Packages
> > Hit http://archive.debian.org lenny/updates/main Sources
> > Hit http://archive.debian.org lenny/updates/contrib Sources
> > Hit http://archive.debian.org lenny/volatile/main Packages
> > Hit http://archive.debian.org lenny/volatile/main Sources
> > Fetched 235kB in 0s (301kB/s)
> > Reading package lists... Done
> > W: GPG error: http://archive.debian.org lenny Release: The following signatures were invalid: KEYEXPIRED 1520281423 KEYEXPIRED 1337087218
> > W: GPG error: http://archive.debian.org lenny/updates Release: The following signatures were invalid: KEYEXPIRED 1356982504
> > W: GPG error: http://archive.debian.org lenny/volatile Release: The following signatures were invalid: KEYEXPIRED 1358963195
> > W: You may want to run apt-get update to correct these problems
> > 
> Since you want to upgrade the installation to a later version, my 
> suggestion is don't bother first trying to update Lenny. Just update 
> your sources.list to the next release (was that Jessie? I don't even 
> recall) and then update as usual.

No, squeeze is next. It might be worth looking at §4.4.5 in the
Release Notes so that the kernel and udev remain compatible.
The later upgrades don't AFAIK have a problem like that, but there
are changes, depending on your hardware, that might be worth checking
on. Eg to use 686 kernels in wheezy I think you need pae, and by the
time you reach stretch there are no 586 kernels I believe. You'll
probably also meet systemd, and booting should be faster but with
a more varied order of process startup.


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