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RE: FC1 yum update Problems



Thanks for the hint - any ideas on how to get yum to ignore the GPG
keys? I had considered doing that myself but can't find how to do it.

Alternatively can't I just import the old keys from somewhere now?


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From: James Kosin [mailto:jkosin beta intcomgrp com] 
Sent: 08 November 2005 14:04
To: Discussion of the Fedora Legacy Project
Subject: Re: FC1 yum update Problems

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> Hi,
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> I am trying to use yum to update my FC1 system.
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> I have followed the instructions present on the website, including
> upgrading yum, setting up the yum.conf file and importing the GPG
> key via rpm ?import.
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> I have also verified that the GPG key has been imported using rpm ?qa.
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> The problem is that when I do a yum update I can download package
> headers and resolve dependencies OK, I then confirm that this is OK
> and the system trys to download and upgrade the pango package
> (pango-1.2.5-4.i386.rpm) ? at this point yum stops and says there is
> a problem: ERROR: Could not find the GPG key necessary to validate
> the pkg pango?.
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> What am I missing ? what is wrong with GPG keys?
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> Thanks in advance, Eddie
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You must have a fresh install of FC1...  Somewhere about a year or so
ago the fedora group had to install new GPG keys for the packages;
because their keys had expired about md-project with FC1.

It should be safe to get yum to ignore the GPG signature for the
moment to update your system...  Then import the fedora-legacy keys.
Or maybe someone could resign all the packages with the fedora-legacy
key.

James Kosin
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