On Thu, Apr 01, 2010 at 03:17:03PM +0900, Joseph Heenan wrote:
Thanks for the thoughts. I do definitely have this new
key in the apt key
list now, but still get the problem.
Me too. I guess they haven't re-signed the files with the new key
I've tried to switch my sources.list to
, but it seems
my VPS tries to contact this over ipv6 and fails to connect. (I've not
deliberately enabled ipv6 on my VPS, but it seems to be getting an ipv6
address from somewhere...)
Okay. Do you want to fix your IPv6, disable IPv6 or make your system
prefer IPv4 addresses?
If you want to fix IPv6, it might be a little involved. Please start
by showing the output of "ip -6 addr" and "ip -6 ro". Bear in mind
that once it's fixed you should then investigate ip6tables for IPv6
Disabling IPv6 can't be done without a reboot. Google for "blacklist
ipv6 debian" and you'll see how.
Applications that use getaddrinfo instead of gethostbyname should
pay attention to /etc/gai.conf for address selection. If you open
that file you'll see this part:
52 # For sites which prefer IPv4 connections change the last line to
54 #precedence ::ffff:0:0/96 100
I think if you uncomment that then apt-get and aptitude should
prefer IPv4 addresses.
It would be nice if apt had a config option for preferring one or te
other as many applications do, but I can't see one.
Personally I will just be waiting a few more days to see if they fix
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