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Re: Up2date - not signed with a GPG signature



By not fixing it, I need to click continue for each package, that requires me to monitor the installation process over a time. It would be great to have the proper GPG so it wont ask. How do I get the proper GPG?
Thanks
Don


At 05:11 PM 7/3/2005, you wrote:
Don wrote:

I just installed FC4 and am running up2date. I am getting a message on some of the packages saying
"The package xxx is not signed with a GPG signature." Where xxx is the package name. I have been clicking continue.


1) Is it a problem?

No

2) Is it a problem that I have been clicking continue?

No.

3) how do I fix this?

GPG is used to verify the packages for security reasons . Nothing to fix

regards
Rahul

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