I have a lab PC in my garage that hasn’t been used in 5 months, so today I happened to have time to turn it on and update it. At the point it’s telling me about untrusted pgp keys on packages and I can’t seem to get by it. I hate to reinstall EOS, but I can. I have run into this just about every time I haven’t used a system for months. Is there a tried and true way to fix this?
I first tried the update using the welcome screen. Then I tried a lot of stuff. I got the update installed using what @manuel suggested: sudo bash -c "pacman -Sy archlinux-keyring endeavouros-keyring && pacman -Su"
It was successful in getting the updates install, but now grub seems to be missing. At this point, I can’t trust what is on the system, so I’ll reinstall EOS. I was wanting to move to Plasma on this PC since my others are already there.
You can reinstall a whole system, back to how you have it setup, with programs, settings and everything faster than the 30 seconds it takes to chroot and 30 seconds to reinstall grub?!? Your internet connection must be unfathomable fast.