[Comm-en] TDE in Sisyphus (was: Location of ALT Sisyphus GPG keys?)
davidb at disroot.org
Mon Jan 3 14:09:35 MSK 2022
>> On Mon, Jan 03, 2022 at 12:47:49AM +0000, David wrote:
>> I've just finished installing the TDE build of ALT (from 2017)
>> and I would like to try to do an apt-get update on the system.
>> However, when I try to do this, the response is that I do not
>> have the appropriate GPG keys for Sisyphus in my keyring and
>> the update fails.
>> Can anyone direct me as to where the GPG keys for Sisyphus i586
>> Classic are located and how I can get them appended to Apt?
> These are within apt-conf-* package in the corresponding repo,
> you can download and install it by hand -- but it's only the top
> of the iceberg in this case as TDE won't survive three stages of
> library updates it wasn't rebuilt against (it used to more or
> less work back in p7, still present but rather broken in p8,
> and missing in all of p9, p10 and sisyphus).
> There are other folks here interested in getting R14 running on
> current ALT, notably Eugene (CCing); not sure how many attention
> it can get these days though.
> (writing this off 126.96.36.199, heh)
Thank you, Michael, for answering my question. I was hoping that I would be able to use Synaptic to at least try and install a few more applications from the p7(?) repository... knowing that the TDE build hasn't been updated after that time period. But, I'm finding that TDE 3.5.13 is a little too unstable for me (lots of SEGFAULTS) that I think I'm just going to move on to p9 or p10 GnuStep/WindowMaker so I can enjoy my time with ALT to the fullest. :)
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