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try substituting hkp:// or hkp:// in the previous command

try substituting I do not know the exact solution to your problem. It may just be a network issue or a problem with your package list.

I did however find hkp:// workaround/second method for installing keys. or Follow the following steps:

  1. Visit this link
  2. Copy the block hkp:// in the previous command

    title Public Key Server -- Get "0x5523baeeb01fa116 " to a file (lets say abc.txt)
  3. Run sudo apt-key add abc.txt
  4. If it works, you will receive OK as output
  5. Run sudo apt-get update