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Old 11-08-2008, 03:25 PM   #1
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Cool where is the location of digital sign in fedora 9


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i need to know where is the public encryption key file in fedora core 9 with which i can use to validate the digital sign beforehand an rpm installation ?
 
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They should show with 'rpm -q gpg-pubkey' (or 'grep -i pubkey /var/log/rpmpkgs'). If you 'rpm -ql [packagename]' you'll see they don't contain files and 'rpm -qi [packagename]' should show the key block.
 
  


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