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You can get around this by going to Update Manager > Settings > Software Sources and unchecking the libre-office-4-4 packages
It seems your network filters access to port 11371, which is used by the hkp protocol by default. To workaround this issue, select another key server that is also available on port 80, by adding the --keyserver hkp://p80.pool.sks-keyservers.net:80 flag to add-apt-repository. This selects one of the key servers available on port 80 from the SKS key server ...
gpg-agent gpg checks if there is a running gpg-agent (or, in newer versions, necessarily starts one). gpg-agent does (among other things) cache your pass phrase for a given time. Configuration This time span can be configured in ~/.gnupg/gpg-agent.conf, which in my case contains a line default-cache-ttl 600 to set the cache time to ten minutes (10*60 ...
Because there is a gpg agent that caches your password for a period of time, so if you repeatedly use gpg, you only have to enter your password the first time, and then it will be remembered and used automatically on subsequent runs.
I had this problem on OSX with gpg v2 and fixed it by installing gpg v1 alongside it. Not sure if this is applicable to Ubuntu.
First install pinentry-curses and then install gnupg-agent. Create a file called gpg-agent.conf inside your GNUPG_HOME directory (usually ~/.gnupg) and put something like pinentry-program /usr/bin/pinentry-curses default-cache-ttl 31536000 default-cache-ttl-ssh 31536000 max-cache-ttl 31536000 max-cache-ttl-ssh 31536000 in the file. (The numbers are cache ...
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