Initial Problems with FC1
raroth7 at comcast.net
Sun May 2 11:33:30 UTC 2004
To those who responded, thank you. After a long day, all is well.
I came close to re-installing from CD, but little by little, by reading
listers' comments and suggestions, I finally am 100% FC1.
The biggest problem was the default sources file. Following Alexander
Dalloz's suggestions, I modified it to use a different mirror.
Unfortunately, all mirrors don't have lots of bandwidth and the first
mirror I chose crept along at 13-27 KB/s. I found a faster one by trial
Did I miss a "Readme" file that said not to try to register with Red
Hat? Doing that messed up up2date so it wouldn't associate with the
proper channels. I finally got that squared away (but I'm not sure I
know how I did it!!).
At any rate, thanks to all. I'm now ready to upgrade my machine at the
On Sat, 2004-05-01 at 02:27, antonio montagnani wrote:
> Dick Roth wrote/ha scritto, On/il 01/05/2004 08:05:
> >Well I've dug a hole and can't seem to get out:
> >Can't update via up2date because it says I am not associated with any
> >channels. (When I first installed a few hours ago, I was associated with
> >two default channels, but they have disappeared.)
> >I tried downloading the latest up2date manually, but when running rpm it
> >came back with an error:
> >error: up2date-4.1.21-3.i386.rpm: V3 DSA signature: BAD, key ID 4f2a6fd2
> >error: up2date-4.1.21-3.i386.rpm cannot be installed
> >I don't understand this at all! What key do I need and where do I get
> >I'm stymied. I have lots of software to load and/or upgrade, but I know
> >there are a whole bunch of packages that need updates.
> >Can someone lend a few words of help to get me going?
> >Thanks for your patience,
> I am not a guru but I have two points:
> 1) I suggest to re-install the original up2date from CD because it seems
> that you cannot validate software
> 2) do you have a file called sources in /etc/Sysconfig/rhn??? please
> post the list of file is such directory
> Antonio M.
> Working with Mozilla 1.6 on Redhat Linux Fedora Core 1
> Uso Mozilla 1.6 su Redhat Linux Fedora Core 1
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