Only been playing with PiCroft on a Pi3 for a couple of days, so sure to have some really stupid questions.
It has been working well, but I’m now getting a boot error something like this:-
W: GPG error: http://repo.mycroft.ai Debian release…the following signatures were invalid…KEYEXPIRED
So 2 questions:-
- do you know what has caused this & how to fix it?
- if I just re-install Picroft, will I have to re-register or will existing registration still be OK?
I guess this is a recent bug judging by josephlindley’s post: New install of v0.8b cannot update/connect to required servers
Just to close the loop, the work-around for this is to run:-
sudo apt-key adv --keyserver keyserver.ubuntu.com --recv-keys F3B1AA8B
…as mentioned in: https://github.com/MycroftAI/enclosure-picroft/issues/25
This worked for me and allowed me to update a Mark I that hadn’t been turned on for several months.
Why is this still an issue? I downloaded the picroft image yesterday and got this error. Is no one interested in updating the image file?
I eventually found the 0.9 image, but on this page there are two links in the Picroft section… one which takes you to to the enclosure-picroft Git repo, and the other is which leads to the bad image I downloaded. Unfortunately I can’t include the links themselves because of new user restrictions.
Thanks, not sure how I got the 0.8 image but this is pretty silly. I cant wait for my pi to work!
Hi there @Anony_Mouse - did you get a newer image?