Absolute newbie here, so apologies in advance for any mistakes.
I installed Garuda Linux on my old laptop sometime ago and use it as my personal laptop (browsing, sending long emails, etc.)
Recently, I tried to update Brave and got a message asking me to do a full update.
When I tried this, I get the following message.
Essentially, it downloads all the updates, the keys and then throws an error message saying that the signature is unknown trust and ends with an error saying "Could not commit transaction. Invalid or corrupt package PGP signature"
Sample error message:
Error: ananicy-rules-git: signature from "Nico Jensch (Chaotic-AUR) [email protected]" is unknown trust
I googled this message and executed
sudo pacman -S archlinux-keyring && sudo pacman -Syu per suggestion here:
Got the same errors.
I searched this forum and found this thread, which doesn't seem to apply to my situation.
At this point, I admit I am way in over my head and will ask for help.
Does anyone know how I can get rid of these errors and update my system?
Out of curiosity, exactly how long has it been between updates. The longer you leave it, the more issues you tend to encounter. Weeks between updates isn't so bad, but months between updates makes things much harder.
Either the package is corrupt or you do not have my key added to your system (although I wonder how this could happen ) . If the latter is the case, installing the keyring won't succeed as it is signed with the key as well. To help this, you can fetch it manually:
I'm quite sure the whoogle user configuration was introduced at a later version than yours, so afaik it would only be present after a reboot. In case whoogle causes issues, I would suggest executing chown -R whoogle.whoogle /opt/whoogle-search/app/static. The second error can happen on devices which don't support a specific feature, so it can be ignored. Guess you are good