I'm trying to backport
squeeze. But when I run:
dscverify: nanomsg_0.4~beta+dfsg-3.dsc failed signature check: gpg: Signature made Fri 29 Aug 2014 09:49:58 PM EEST using RSA key ID 864CC8BF gpg: Can't check signature: public key not found Validation FAILED!!
I saw people suggesting installing
debian-keyring from that particular release by adding corresponding line to
APT::Default-Release "stable"; to
apt.conf. But I'm concerned about it polluting my system with packages from the other release.
And if we're talking about
squeeze here. I can't put
apt.conf, can I? Since
jessie now. And if I put
squeeze there, it's one more thing to not forget when upgrading
I'd like it if I could just safely download
jessie and add
keyring /path/to/debian-keyring.gpg to
~/.gnupg/gpg.conf (or setting
DSCVERIFY_KEYRINGS?) to make it work. Is it possible? How should I go about the issue?