if you're sure the file is ok, and trust the source of the file (not a virus, prank, etc.), you can try to install with:
and see if that helps.
i find that i have much better luck installing from the command line with redhat. the gui tends to freeze sometimes, and doesn't tell you why it failed, if it tells you at all.
$rpm -ivh package.rpm
or in this case
$rpm -ivh --nosignature package.rpm
Last edited by bardinjw; 07-30-2003 at 07:38 PM.