When I wanted to update my Arch / Antergos mac book before travelling this morning I was greeted by the following unfriendly message:
error: antergos-keyring: signature from "Antergos Build Server (Automated Package Build System) <firstname.lastname@example.org>" is unknown trust
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A default limit to image files like .jpg, .png and similar causes Gnome Desktops not to generate image previews for them on Linux. If an image is larger than 10 MB, no preview will be displayed, but the default image icon. Here’s how to fix it:
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Package managers are awesome, Windows 10 is finally getting one. I’ve loved apt, pacman, yum and the like ever since I had a stable internet connection.
Package managers just spare you from grey hair and having to visit a lot of websites to download all kinds of things and then click all of them. It downloads, installs and leaves you the hell alone with things a computer should be able to do on its own. Continue reading “Arch Linux Updates and Keyrings (key error)”
Update: Works with the Raspberry PI 2
This guide is not going to differ a lot from the one I posted a while ago: Boot Raspberry PI from a USB stick, but in particular the parts of editing the cmdline.txt and growing the partition are a little different when you want to install Arch Linux ARM on your Raspberry PI.
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