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stevepusser wrote: ↑2021-02-03, 18:59If you still have the original Release.key file sitting in the same place as you try and download a new one, curl will give it a different name. Always run "rm -f Release.key" before downloading a new one.
If that doesn't work, please give us the terminal output of the repo setup commands.
Thanks to you both. Removing the key was the key.
Palemoon v29.0.0 appeared in Update Manager on my Mint 20.1/20.04 PC this morning and is now installed OK. Thanks for fixing the problem Stevestevepusser wrote: ↑2021-02-03, 18:5629.0.0 is not building for amd64 for 20.04, for reasons I don't really know yet. It builds for ARM 64, armhf (32-bit like on the Pi), and for x86 32-bit systems, and has no issues building on 18.04 and 20.10. Perhaps it's some new problem with gcc-9 on that architecture, AFAIK, that's the only distro now that my PM's building against with that version.
This is going to take time and effort to diagnose. Right now I'm trying a build in an sbuild 20.04 schroot on my laptop to see if that fails.
Please show the output of the commands you ran.oscar wrote: ↑2021-02-04, 11:05@Steve pusser
I also get the message, that key EXPKEYSIG 0FAD31CA8719FCE4 is expired. I run ubuntu 18.04.
Lots of different commands and links have been posted, about how to solve this issue, by different members.
could you please offer a step by step way to download the new key for ubuntu 18.04?
or do you consider the problem for 18.04 solved at some point?
I'm a bit scared to mess things up completely
kind regards oscar
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curl -fsSL https://download.opensuse.org/repositories/home:stevenpusser/xUbuntu_20.10/Release.key | gpg --dearmor | sudo tee /etc/apt/trusted.gpg.d/home_stevenpusser.gpg > /dev/null sudo apt update