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Old 03-22-2004, 10:34 AM   #1
darkone66669
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problem downloading RPMs with GPG


Since my modem doesn't work in linux I have to use winblows to download the rpms I want which can be done with Netscape it knows they don't belong to realplayer....but My problem is if the rpm has a GPG key I cant get the key

and also another problem IS it possible to get a plugin for red hat to use atrpms without being able to get online with linux


any help or comments would be greatly appreciated
Thanx in advance
 
  


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