unable to install from aur
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Fri Aug 27 19:12:50 UTC 2021
This is ~/.gnupg/gpg.conf that I made.
I repopulated the arch-keyring and ran ntpd. Time zone has always been set correctly. This did not fix the problem.
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To: Linux for blind general discussion <blinux-list at redhat.com>
Date: Fri, 27 Aug 2021 14:44:31 -0400
Subject: Re: unable to install from aur
> Did you modify gpg.conf or is that the archlinux-supplied version?
> I don't have the problems you do with archlinux and that's because early
> in the install I run:
> pacman-key --populate.
> Then I might run:
> pacman -Syu archlinux-keyring.
> Lots of keys get updated that way.
> Now I also install the surfraw package and lynx and set the browser
> surfraw uses as lynx.
> Then I search the aur repository for pikaur and download the source for
> that package and run makepkg on it to build it.
> After that, I usually have no trouble installing stuff from the aur
> You probably also ought to download ntp and then as root run
> ntpd -qg
> and hwclock --systohc --utc
> Then set your timezone by updating /etc/localtime.
> Finally run as root
> sysctl enable timesyncd ntp true
> All of that makes sure your clock is current and keeps the repositories
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