results in "gpg: keyserver receive failed: General error" Lrs121 commented on 2019-06-26 21:40 For those perplexed by the signature check, which is used by … (in a VM because I still need W10 for school related reasons) I had heard a lot of things about Arch (and that it was a pretty good Distro but “hard” to install). You just need to manually retrieve the key using the different server: gpg --keyserver --recv-keys 5CC908FDB71E12C2 Iaro commented on 2020-09-23 06:53 I'm not sure if manually retrieving the key worked in the past, but it doesn't anymore. I’ve been on the other two operating system (W10 and macOS) and recently decided to switch to Linux! I updated caddy.service to fix both these issues. Same problem here, but I have checked the script and found it may because of the key server problem, so I just simply changed the command in the old one in line49: apt-key adv --keyserver --recv-keys ED444FF07D8D0BF6. Fast web server with automatic HTTPS. keyserver hkp:// --keyserver is listed in the man page, so it should work, the complete command will be something like gpg --keyserver --recv-keys 12345678. – Henrik supports the community Jul 10 '16 at 22:04 So the default keyserver pool for Arch is hkps://, however all the hkps domains with have been having issues for while now. For AUR packages and and other user keys, you should add the line. I've added a pgp signature to the source file, to import the signing key, run the following command: > gpg --recv-keys FA10826A74907F9EC6BBB7FC2BA2CD21B5B09570 There is a trend which just pulls down the arch community's reputation. Many novices (i am not saying i am an expert) starting up with arch straight away question on the arch forums without caring to read the excellent manuals provided to them; that is a known issue. Running on Manjaro KDE, kernel linux57-5.7.19-2 Whenever I try to install certain programs with yay that require GPG to import keys (ExpressVPN and … sk. First time on Linux— with Arch! change it as: apt-key adv --keyserver --recv-keys ED444FF07D8D0BF6. The fix for now is to specify a different keyserver. I love to read, write and explore topics on Linux, Unix and all other technology related stuff. I am Senthil Kumar, more commonly known as SK to my friends, from India. @venator85 thanks a lot for your feedback. :: Importing keys with gpg..... gpg: keyserver receive failed: Server indicated a failure ==> Error: Problem importing keys gpg: keyserver receive failed: Server indicated a failure ==> Error: Problem importing keys. No spaces in can probably add it your configuration, and it might be a good idea, I've just never bothered to. the same issue persists if I try to import key manually: sudo gpg --recv-key. Done 👍