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Old 04-30-2008, 08:22 AM   #1
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Question how to import public keys using smart 0.51 - SuSE 10.1

helo friends. i am using smart 0.51 to upgrade packages on SuSE 10.1
it downloads fine but quits when starts to install/upgrade.
i get error:
Trying to import the key f899f20d9a795806 from
error: gpg failed to import keyid f899f20d9a795806, please make sure that gpg is installed, that the keyserver is working and that the package /var/lib/smart/packages/ has a valid signature.

error: public key not available
this happens for all packages.
How do i fix it?


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