Unsigned Packages - Yum/Pk
On 05/04/10 17:19, John Reiser wrote:
>> Yum can only tell if something is signed (and by what key it is signed)
>> after it has downloaded the package.
>> Currently we have no easy way to "exclude" packages after the download
>> phase (the basic problem being we'd need to go back and redo the
>> transaction, which was a couple of steps earlier).
> Does yum "batch" the complaints about unsigned packages,
Doesn't appear to
If at the very end it says:
Package krb5-libs-1.7.1-7.fc13.i686.rpm is not signed
I then go yum --exclude=krb5-libs
It can then come back this time and say package firefox is unsigned.
( both packages just examples)
> the user learns about each unsigned package that was in the transaction,
> or does it take as many transactions as unsigned packages
> in order for the user to learn the complete list to --exclude ?
This would be some help.
But hopefully the autoqa,
thats talked about may prevent small stuff like this.
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