Re: Installing Source RPMs

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Drummond, David wrote:
> When attempting to install Source RPMs I get an invalid DSA key error.
> Do I need to use the SHA key?   I have not found any info that would
> explain to me how to get past this point.  Help!

The full error message would let folks here help you without having to
guess what problem you'r having.

If I had to guess, I'd guess that your problem may be caused by trying
to install an srpm that is signed with a key that isn't in your rpm
database.  The message looks like this:

warning: /tmp/postgrey-1.27-4.fc6.src.rpm: Header V3 DSA signature: NOKEY, key ID e42d547b

Of course, this is as it says, just a warning and the rpm installs
just fine.  So perhaps this isn't the error you're getting.  But it's
one of the most common ones that people see when installing srpms.

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