Package Details: eid-mw 4.4.13-1

Git Clone URL: https://aur.archlinux.org/eid-mw.git (read-only)
Package Base: eid-mw
Description: The middleware, viewer and Firefox extension for the Belgian electronic identity card (Belgian eID)
Upstream URL: http://eid.belgium.be/
Licenses: LGPL3
Conflicts: eid-viewer
Replaces: eid-viewer
Submitter: xdevla
Maintainer: wget
Last Packager: wget
Votes: 40
Popularity: 0.630745
First Submitted: 2012-02-14 10:56
Last Updated: 2018-12-23 18:43

Pinned Comments

wget commented on 2017-02-07 19:42

Since eid-mw now contains the middleware, the viewer and the Firefox extension, the eid-viewer package is now deprecated. eid-viewer has been merged into this package.

This package is making use of PGP signatures. Please make sure you understand that principle before filling a request: https://wiki.archlinux.org/index.php/GnuPG#Import_a_public_key. A GPG public key needs to be imported first, typically with a command like:

gpg --recv-key 824A5E0010A04D46

Receiving GPG keys might fail with the following error message: gpg: keyserver receive failed: Connection refused. If this happens, just check your DNS or use another one.

Update: 2017-03-29 We are now using the build server. As explained in the PKGBUILD file, only the binary files hosted on the dist server are signed, the source files are not in order to avoid confusion with less tech-savvy sysadmins. For security-conscious users like us, we need to use the build server instead. This is why it has been decided, this PKGBUILD won't use the dist server anymore, as long the build server remains publicly available. Using the build server also fixes issues with curl user-agent in the process.

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wget commented on 2019-02-10 19:04

@logion I have extracted the command from the PKGBUILD and have specified it as a pinned comment to this package. I have also updated the Arch Linux wiki: https://wiki.archlinux.org/index.php?title=GnuPG&oldid=566287#Use_a_keyserver

wget commented on 2019-02-10 18:59

@logion that's what is basically written in the PKGBUILD :D https://aur.archlinux.org/cgit/aur.git/tree/PKGBUILD?h=eid-mw#n76

    # Receiving GPG keys might fail with the following error message:
    # gpg: keyserver receive failed: Connection refused
    # If this happens, just check your DNS or use another one.

logion commented on 2019-01-30 10:14

I just wanted to comment for those - like me - who are getting 'gpg: keyserver receive failed: Server indicated a failure' errors when trying to import the key. It is important to have a working DNS configuration as otherwise openpgp will fail with the above error. For me the issue was with /etc/resolv.conf, adding a nameserver here as temporary fix solved the issue. See https://wiki.archlinux.org/index.php/Systemd-resolved#DNS and https://jlk.fjfi.cvut.cz/arch/manpages/man/systemd-resolved.8#%2FETC%2FRESOLV.CONF Additionally, it appears to be recommended to use a 'compatible' nameserver service such as cloudflare, quad9 or google.

niels1995 commented on 2018-12-20 11:30

@delaerep @wget - I just installed a new pc with antergos. Now I also got the signatures not checked message. I was thinking of what could be wrong. After a few minutes, I knew what was wrong. The command should NOT be run as root. Run it as a normal user, then everything should be fine.

@wget: thanx for your work on this package

delaerep commented on 2018-12-03 14:07

Solved - didn't work via manjaro/pamac but via makepkg it installed. Thanks to @wget for the help.

wget commented on 2018-11-25 20:01

@delaerep Sorry to hear that. I have just tested on a bare ArchLinux install and I wasn't able to reproduce. See for yourself: https://gist.github.com/wget/4dab2291a63605d4a96b78f9a45199b1 The key is properly added with the same warnings as you get and the compilation process continues without issues. I'm afraid the issue is on your side. Feel free to reach us on IRC if you want to debug further your issue. Thanks!

delaerep commented on 2018-11-16 08:17

@wget @niels1995 I still have the same error. As I already did add the gpg key. gpg gives me the following : gpg --recv-key 824A5E0010A04D46 gpg: key 824A5E0010A04D46: 2 signatures not checked due to missing keys gpg: key 824A5E0010A04D46: public key "Belgian eID Automatic Signing Key (continuous builds)" imported gpg: no ultimately trusted keys found gpg: Total number processed: 1 gpg: imported: 1 Thanks for looking into my problem.

wget commented on 2018-11-11 13:49

@niels1995, thanks for having answered the question asked in the comment. Since that kind of question is quite common, I added a note about it in the pinned comment.

niels1995 commented on 2018-11-09 08:06

@delaerep

You have to add the public key manually. Just type this in the terminal:.

gpg --recv-key 824A5E0010A04D46

This will add the key to trusted sources. After this, you can install the package.

Good luck, Niels

delaerep commented on 2018-11-07 14:46

Please, I,m desperate on how to install this package, as I need it.