On two occasions I get the following
when trying to instal a flatpak
Unable to load summary from remote flathub: GPG verification enabled, but no signatures found (use gpg-verify= false in remote config to disable)
when trying to remove software from the Store
the notification is little different:
sorry something went wrong:
GPG verification enabled but no signatures found (use gpg-verify=false in remote todisable)
I don’t understand what the suggestion means?
Just to verify, you have installed the Flathub repo already, right?
it says flatpak is installed by default?
I did execute the below command:
sudo flatpak remote-add --if-not-exist flathub https://flathub.org/repo/fl
Ok, I don’t think mine was installed by default (earlier shipment than yours). I searched your error message on the internet and found these on github:
02:38PM - 14 Aug 18 UTC
08:23PM - 15 Aug 18 UTC
Linux distribution and version
Description of the problem
Steps to reproduce
So recntly did quick setup on newly instaled ubuntu 18.04 and for...
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Tried to install the 3.6.2 release from wxformbuilder.flatpak on Ubuntu 17.10. I get the following error:
error: GPG verification enabled, but no...
Maybe they will help, I don’t know…
flatpak remote-add … means no (without)
thank you - i also done a ddg check last night - nothing came up.
any how following your first link and I seem to be getting somewhere…
Here’s the terminal (via ssh)
flatpak remote-delete flathub
purism@pureos:~$ flatpak remote-add flathub https://flathub.org/repo/flathub.flatpakrepo
purism@pureos:~$ flatpak install flathub com.github.alainm23.planner
Looking for matches?
ipc network fallback-x11 wayland x11
dri file access  dbus access 
 home, xdg-run/dconf, ~/.config/dconf:ro
 ca.desrt.dconf, com.github.alainm23.planner, org.gnome.evolution.dataserver.AddressBook9,
ID Arch Branch Remote Download
1. [?] com.github.alainm23.planner aarch64 stable flathub 21.9 MB / 24.6 MB
2. [?] com.github.alainm23.planner.Locale aarch64 stable flathub 14.5 kB / 3.3 MB
Installing 2/2? ???????????????????? 100% 7.3 kB/s
Also there was a great os update at the same time - i don’t know what is responsible for the seemingly progress made.
ok thank you I am now reading on Flatpak
I simply searched for this entire string:
Really remarkably improved experience of the device!!