Messing about, I looked at "Debian Sources List Generator" - http://debgen.simplylinux.ch/generate.php
It says, about "Getting the GPG keys"
"apt-get update && apt-get install debian-multimedia-keyring && apt-get update
apt-get install debian-unofficial-archive-keyring
wget -q -O - http://repo.palatinus.cz/repo.key | apt-key add - ..."
But, then, I get the error message
"E: Couldn't find package debian-unofficial-archive-keyring"
"gpg: can't open `/etc/apt/trusted.gpg'
gpg: keydb_get_keyblock failed: eof
gpg: no writable keyring found: eof
gpg: error reading `-': general error
gpg: import from `-' failed: general error"
Where? How? do I get a keyring that works?
Last edited by arochester (2010-04-22 14:14:08)
Maybe you should use sudo or run this commands under root ?
Unfortunately tried that.
Yes, I added the repos first.
Seems that on my other (regular) Debian 'testing' install, I had problems with the repros and keyring from using the Debian Sources Generator site.
I think the problem lays with the Debian Sources Generator site, itself ... as these are not really Debian sponsored, and are considered to be 3rd party repros.
Finally, had to delete everything from there, and re-install the default sources.list.
If it's the 'other' 3rd party repros you want, other than the 'testing' sources ... you can find them with Debian or from the Debian Forum.
Now ... even in #! Statler (based on Debian 'testing') I use a mixed testing/unstable sources.list ... with absolutely no problems.