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Bug#316262: apt: Local repository and Release.gpg

On Wed, Jun 29, 2005 at 09:37:28PM +0200, Elimar Riesebieter wrote:
> > > My configuration is to ask for gpg keys. This is done for the official deb
> > > sorces. But since 0.6.38 my Release file from my local builds is ignored. I
> > > singed the Release to Release.gpg: both are ignored. Ok, 'apt-key add my keyid'
> > > was done before and 'apt-key list' shows my key.
> > > 
> > > I didn't found any hint in apt-doc or libapt-pkg-doc :(
> > 
> > Did you checked (by hand) if the Release.gpg is a valid signature for
> > the Release file? 
> Created via gpg -a -d -o Release.gpg Release

That should be "gpg -a -b -s -o Release.gpg Release"
> > What is the output of:
> > apt-get -o Debug::Acquire::gpgv=true update
> Ign  file: unstable Release.gpg
> Ign  file: unstable Release
> Ign  file: unstable/main Packages
> Ign  http://www.lxtec.de binary-i386/ Release.gpg
> Ign  http://www.lxtec.de sources/ Release.gpg

I haven't seen your sources.list and I haven't seen your archive
layout but the "Ign" means "ignoring". Apt just can't find a
Release.gpg file and so it does not check it. It looks like your
archive is not setup properly. 


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