how to override update manger installation alert of untrusted package

Asked by Lorenzo Tom James

update manger informed me it has some updates to be downloaded and installed however,when I tried to do the task it alerted me the install required installation of an untrusted package.I clicked on Details and I assume the package in question is as following: gir 1.2-soup-2.4 icetea-netx icetea-plugin icetea6-plugin libsoup-gnome2.4-1 update-manger update manger-core.It appears to me update manger will go no farther until this matter is addressed.Therefore, how might I resolve this issue?


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Eliah Kagan (degeneracypressure) said :

If that doesn't fix the problem, please post the results (including all the text from the Terminal) as a reply in this question (rather than creating a new question).

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Lorenzo Tom James (jameslorenzo913) said :

After doing just step 1 of the Package Manage Troubleshooting Procedure (switching from regional sever to the main)update manger install ALL updates without any problems.Now.... do I need to leave the setting as is or do I set it back to regional?

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Best Eliah Kagan (degeneracypressure) said :

If you just did Step 1 and it fixed the problem, then you should not undo Step 1. If you want faster download speeds, you might try selecting a different regional server (or other mirror) close to you.

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Lorenzo Tom James (jameslorenzo913) said :

Thanks Eliah Kagan, that solved my question.