jamesxuruo at 163.com
Tue May 24 01:25:23 UTC 2005
Tim Webster wrote:
>getting the same error with breezy
>debsig: Origin Signature check failed. This deb might not be signed.
>dpkg: error processing
>On 5/23/05, Mike S <michael_six at users.sourceforge.net> wrote:
>>ZIYAD A. M. AL-BATLY wrote:
>>>On Sun, 2005-05-22 at 15:27 -0700, Mike S wrote:
>>>>Ok list, second post, but this is not architecture specific. This is
>>>>the 3rd time I have installed Ubuntu on this computer (5.04, Hoary I
>>>>think is what it's called), And twice I have run into the same
>>>>problem. After a while when I use apt or aptitude, I get "WARNING: The
>>>>following packages cannot be authenticated!" on any package I install or
>>>>upgrade, has anyone else come across this error, and/or know what's
>>>>causing it, and/or know how to fix it?
>>>>Any help is much appreciated.
>>>Yes. If you try to install a package from a repository that is not
>>>digitally signed, you'll see that message.Are you using other (non
>>>If you're using only Ubuntu's and have that problem, then it's most
>>>likely that "aptitude" (or whatever "apt" front-end you're using) failed
>>>to download the file "Release.gpg" from the server. Just wait a few
>>>minutes and load the package list (i.e. update it) again.
>>Thanks Ziyad. I must now correct my previous statement, it does not do
>>that with every package. The only ones it did that with was when I
>>tried aptitude or apt-get "upgrade"
>>The packages are:
>>bzip2 gzip libbz2-1.0 libgnutls11 libnspr4 libnss3 libpq3 mozilla-firefox
>> mozilla-firefox-gnome-support mozilla-firefox-locale-en-gb openoffice.org
>> openoffice.org-bin openoffice.org-gtk-gnome openoffice.org-l10n-en
>> openoffice.org-thesaurus-en-us tcpdump ttf-opensymbol
>>and I just tried it again, and it did not do that. And I have not
>>updated the package list since, so I don't know what was going on. But
>>to answer your question, before I used a sources.list file I got from
>>the net, and couldn't tell you what all was in it, (unless I find it
>>again ofcourse) but in the one I am currently using, it is the stock
>>from the install with univerrse and multiverse added, for MOL packages.
>>ubuntu-users mailing list
>>ubuntu-users at lists.ubuntu.com
Hello, when you do apt-get update, I think you may face some problems
about authentication error.
At first, do you modify your source list? If you don't modify it but
still have that problem, i don't know why.
If you have modify it, you may have a look at this link:
when you apt-get update, please check the error message, you may find
some characters like "2wd23dq34sfgwer3", look at the link i mentioned
and you will know how to deal with it.
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