On Wed 25 May 2005 13:18, Paul Jakma wrote:
> > That's the correct thing to do, of course.
> > Alternatively, change gpgcheck=1 to gpgcheck=0
> > in /etc/yum.d.repos/whatever.repo .
>> Just import the keys.
I said that was the correct thing to do.
Unfortunately, it is often quite difficult to find the key.
> Verifying the signatures on packages is a good
> thing, and I wouldn't reccomend disabling it on any machine you care
> about (or compromise of which other internet users could end up
> caring about).
Are you saying there are hackers going around
inserting RPMs with bad keys in yum repositories?
I never heard of that happening.
> > [Gosh, I nearly replied just to the list ...
> > Can I set up a Jakma filter in kmail to do the right thing?]
>> If you remember it, just hit 'reply-all' if you're replying to me
> (rather than list-reply). That'd make me happy.
Unless of course I don't want you to reply ...
> I already have weird and not particularly wonderful headers in my
> mails that in theory should make mutt automatically include me on
What is it that attracts great minds to mutt?
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