dataking at cox.net
Thu Feb 12 06:21:53 UTC 2004
While I am sure that I am not the only one who is new to this
mailing-list, yet not new to linux or Fedora, or mailing-lists in
general for that matter, a direct link might prove more useful.
Perhaps a direct reference to one of the previously posted resolutions
would suffice. Not every Fedora user knows how to access the archives
(especially when they first post a problem) or how to search them to
find the answer to their problem.
I have been a member of multiple mailing lists, and sometimes it's
easier for the responder, AND especially the inquisitor, to have a reply
with a direct response to their problem, whether it's a link or a
detailed answer. Using a mirror is a great response, but how do you
configure up2date to use a mirror?
I understand repetition is boring, but I didn't know that there were
archives OR a mailing list until I had a problem. The mailing list is
readily available from the Fedora website, the archives are not.
Just MHO. I'm not flaming, especially since I'm new. Just pointing out
that there are many different skill-levels using this resource.
From: fedora-list-admin at redhat.com [mailto:fedora-list-admin at redhat.com]
On Behalf Of Wayne Steenburg
Sent: Wednesday, February 11, 2004 9:59 PM
Subject: Re: up2date
On Wed, 2004-02-11 at 23:38, Mike C wrote:
> Wondering why when using up2date some updates go fine while on others
> receive an error. The package (whatever) does not have a valid gpg
> signature. It has been tampered with or corrupted. Is there a way to
> this problem?
> Fedora core
> Thanks for any help
The default servers for up2date are overused resulting in
corrupted/incomplete downloads. You should use a mirror. Please search
the archives before posting. This question has been posted many times.
mirrors for fc1
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