nick at uow.edu.au
Mon Jul 4 08:39:58 CEST 2005
I've been working on this most of today, trying different mirroring
programs and not having much luck, so I thought i'd go back to
mkdebmirror and try and get some help. Hopefully it's user error and
easily fixed ;-)
I've installed debmirror via apt, version "20050207", and i've modified
mkdebmirror to this:
I've also added a '-v' in allopt=" because I was getting an error, namely:
[0%] Getting: dists/sarge/Release
[0%] Getting: dists/sarge/Release.gpg
gpg: Signature made Mon Jun 6 12:22:54 2005 EST using DSA key ID 4F368D5D
gpg: Can't check signature: public key not found
Release signature does not verify.
..and then it jumps to the next update site and gives the same error
without downloading anything.
I've put up the full error msg (to save your mailbox from excessive
spam) at http://www.uow.edu.au/~nick/mkdebmirror.txt
mkdebmirror is straight from
http://www.informatik.uni-koeln.de/fai/download/mkdebmirror, so the
allopt= line does contain --ignore-release-gpg so I can't see why this
Any ideas on this? I've also tried google/mailing list search and
couldn't find anything similar.
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