Feb 17, 2016 - 05:58am
hey ! Intel's engineers ! does any of you reading this forum ???Because there is a big problem for 3 days (since the release) and nobody has the solution and you seem to be sleeping ...
Only you can publish the mandatory key !! so wake up please
@dog , can you do something about this please ?
My problem seems to be a variation on this. I'm on Ubuntu 15.10. There is no error when I run intel-linux-graphics-installer, and at the moment it finds no further packages to install. However, when I run the Ubuntu software updater, there are four packages available from the intel repository, but it refuses to install them because they are not authenticated.
Hi - just got back from a couple of days away and am catching up with this -
currently trying to track down what [public] keys got published, from where
Apologies for any inconvenience caused.
alleluia, we've been heard :)
We're waiting for you dear Vivek Das Mohapatra
Update: new packages should land shortly (nothing wrong with the current packages but the final release build was done with an internal for-testing key instead of the official release key).
Still a key error here this morning.
Yes, could we please get a update on when we can expect these? I tried downloading the older 1.2.1 version only to find that it appears to have been removed.
Sorry - I've got no direct access to the build & release systems, I'm as much in the dark as you are about that.