Hi, I’m adding the 1password repository for fedora on my silverblue (see here) but I had to disable the gpg check as I am unable to import the key.
when I run the rpm command to import it I get the following error.
error: can’t create transaction lock on /usr/share/rpm/.rpm.lock (Read-only file system)
error: https://downloads.1password.com/linux/keys/1password.asc: key 1 import failed.
is there any way to layer these gpg keys?
You can copy the key directly to the
Hi @siosm , I tried to copy the asc key as suggested, but the error is the same
Updating metadata for '1password'... done
error: Updating rpm-md repo '1password': cannot update repo '1password': repomd.xml GPG signature verification error: Bad GPG signature
I have the seemingly identical issue with
When I do
rpm-ostree install tailscale or
rpm-ostree compose tree they fail with:
error: importing RPMs: package tailscale-1.26.2-1.x86_64 cannot be verified and repo tailscale-stable is GPG enabled: /proc/self/fd/15/cache/repomd/tailscale-stable-rpmostree-unset-releasever-x86_64/packages/tailscale_1.26.2_x86_64.rpm could not be verified.
/proc/self/fd/15/cache/repomd/tailscale-stable-rpmostree-unset-releasever-x86_64/packages/tailscale_1.26.2_x86_64.rpm: digest: SIGNATURE: NOT OK
I have imported
https://pkgs.tailscale.com/stable/fedora/repo.gpg and it is existing as
Nevermind, my case is unrelated: Tailscale has not signed the package, which I seen in the
gpgcheck=0 as well as in the rpm itself which lead me to this Sign Fedora packages in addition to repo metadata · Issue #1882 · tailscale/tailscale · GitHub
that doesn’t happen to me, check you repo file. mine looks like this
Just ran into the same issue with 1password on Silverblue, copying the key under
/etc/pki/rpm-gpg alone didn’t work, I got the same error about
Bad GPG signature as @sariluca
Here is what worked:
➜ ~ cat /etc/yum.repos.d/1password.repo
name=1Password Stable Channel
➜ ~ ll /etc/pki/rpm-gpg/1password.asc
-rw-r--r--. 1 root root 2.9K Jan 7 18:14 /etc/pki/rpm-gpg/1password.asc
I had to comment out the remote
gpgkey reference and point it to the key I copied to
/etc/pki/rpm-gpg. This is how the Fedora repos are configured too, so I thought it might work. Not sure why the HTTP version didn’t work or if it was supposed to work that way.
This sounds ridiculous-- but I was able to get the 1password repo file to work by just removing the quotes around the gpgfile value