GPG key error updating aptitude, Debian upgrade
I had an old Debian Etch machine which I did not upgrade for some time, and when I attempted to install ghostscript by using Synaptic, I've got some unmet dependencies errors with libc6 and libc6-dev. Any attempt to reinstall or upgrade these packages failed, so I decided to try to upgrade the whole system to Lenny:
- I replaced
#sudo aptitude update
But I've got this error: The error can be solved downloading the GPG signatures with these commands:
#gpg --keyserver keyserver.ubuntu.com --recv xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
#gpg --export --armor xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx | apt-key add -
I've tried a few servers (subkeys.pgp.net, keyserver.pgp.com, wwwkeys.eu.pgp.net) but they could not find the "right" keys...
Then I did the
#sudo aptitude updateagain.
#sudo aptitude install apt dpkg aptitude
#sudo aptitude full-upgrade
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Debian on Windows with VMWare, Linux applications in Windows using X server
With this little and very simple tutorial I will explain what I did to:
- install VMWare for Windows
- run Debian virtual appliance
- connect from Windows host to Linux guest and connect from Linux guest to Windows host
- run seamless Linux applications in the Windows graphical environment using an X server