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Terminal - Commands tagged apt-key - 5 results
sudo add-apt-repository ppa:PPA_TO_ADD
2014-04-24 20:02:39
User: KlfJoat
Functions: sudo
-1

There is no longer a need to add PGP keys for Ubuntu Launchpad PPA's.

The add-apt-repository command creates a new file for the PPA in /etc/sources.list.d/ then adds the PPA's keys to the apt keyring automatically. No muss, no fuss.

apt-key list
2009-09-03 19:32:11
User: 0disse0
Functions: apt
Tags: apt-key
0

For example: check the APT security keys to make sure the Google digital signature was imported correctly

alias launchpadkey="sudo apt-key adv --keyserver keyserver.ubuntu.com --recv-keys"
2009-06-17 12:02:27
User: azeey
Functions: alias
Tags: alias apt-key
8

Makes it easy to add keys to new ppa sources entries in apt sources.list

Now to add the key for the chromium-daily ppa:

launchpadkey 4E5E17B5
wget -q http://xyz.gpg -O- | sudo apt-key add -
2009-03-25 12:18:36
User: gnuyoga
Functions: sudo wget
Tags: wget apt-key
4

when we add a new package to a aptitude (the debian package manager) we need to add the gpg, otherwise it will show warning / error for missing key

wget -q http://xyz.gpg -O- | sudo apt-key add -
2009-03-25 12:18:29
User: gnuyoga
Functions: sudo wget
Tags: apt-key
2

when we add a new package to a aptitude (the debian package manager) we need to add the gpg, otherwise it will show warning / error for missing key