I've been googling around for information on digitally signing an rpm
file I'm creating. It seems that rpm only supports signing with
The problem I have is that the company has an x509 cert which it would
like to sign with. Can anybody provide me with some insight into how
I can sign the rpm with the x509 cert?
For example, would it be possible to establish a chain of trust where
I create a pgp key at build time, sign the key with the cert, and sign
the rpm with the key? Or is this too convoluted?
Thanks for any help.
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