I'm getting this error when I apt-get update on Waldorf:W: GPG error: http://packages.crunchbang.org waldorf Release: The following signatures were invalid: BADSIG 9B7C8627EDFD12C1 Philip Newborough <firstname.lastname@example.org>Searched the forum and found a fix for Statler...sudo apt-get install crunchbang-keyring
sudo apt-get update...
Hi... recently update my system and synaptic shows "W: GPG error: http://packages.crunchbang.org waldorf Release: The following signatures were invalid: BADSIG 9B7C8627EDFD12C1 Philip Newborough <email@example.com>"how to fix the problem? thanks...
Whenever I run sudo apt-get update, it finishes the update but this error is given at the end:W: GPG error: http://packages.crunchbang.org waldorf Release: The following signatures were invalid: BADSIG 9B7C8627EDFD12C1 Philip Newborough <firstname.lastname@example.org>Usually I'd ignore miniscule things like this, especially if everything is still in tact, but - and I don't know much
Yesterday evening, Philip Newborough announced the immediate availability for testing of the second Alpha release of the upcoming CrunchBang Linux 10 distribution. Dubbed Statler, the freshly cooked CrunchBang Linux 10 Alpha 2 build is now based on the Debian Squeeze operating system and, in sync with its repositories.
Philip Newborough announced yesterday, February 8th, that another maintenance release of his CrunchBang 10 Linux distribution is available for download. CrunchBang Linux 10 R20120207 is a Linux distribution powered by Debian's stable Linux kernel 2.6.32 and X.Org 7.5. CrunchBang is available for both 32-bit and 64-bit platforms,... (read more)
^ This is because corenominal adds some features in CrunchBang that are just a tiny bit outside of mainline Debian, and these features have, so far, differed from one release to another enough that cross-release upgrades could cause breakage. (Note, however, that Waldorf is only the second Debian-based release of CrunchBang, and there was no upgrade path from #!
Today I happened to boot my CrunchBang liveUSB on someone's PC. He had never heard of Linux. I was amused by his question: "Is Linux black and white?".Some people (especially geeks) prefer dark themes, but most people don't. I could suggest something like my desktop or something like the Lubuntu default theme.
@Miggs: I'm sorry, friend, but I too must side with the other posters in this thread. Philip did great work with the Waldorf themes and put a lot of effort into them; it could be seen as rude to suddenly stop lurking and say "Hey, this theme somebody else made should replace Philip's as the default."Thank you, though, for bringing this theme to our attention!