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Re: [K12OSN] 4.2 update problems



I thought the PGP key belongs to the repository where the
rpm was created, not the mirror that you happen to download from.
Normally I run up2date once and let it update at least one
package and it installs the PGP key for you.  Howvever it must
have only added the one for the fedora packages that time.

-- 
  Les Mikesell
   les futuresource com

On Mon, 2005-01-17 at 06:16, Ramon wrote:
> Because Fedora Linux gives you the liberty to choose your PGP Keys. So you don't
> download from any repository (security and badwidth spread "so you don't have 1
> million users on one server"). I think apt-get does a much better job just asking
> you where do you want to download from and that's it.
> 
> Peace,
> Ramon
> 
> > On Sun, 2005-01-16 at 14:31, Eric Harrison wrote:
> >
> >> Hmm, those are indeed the latest packages from my repository. I just
> >> triple checked them and they are signed with the K12LTSP key.
> >>
> >> Can you double check that the K12LTSP key has been imported into your
> >> system:
> >>
> >>  	rpm --import /usr/share/doc/k12ltsp/*KEY*
> >>
> >> and then re-run yum update?
> >
> > That fixed it.  I'm not sure why it wasn't already there.
> >
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