Kpackagekit can not install local RPM

Tommy He tommy.he at
Mon May 10 19:13:49 UTC 2010


I am not sure whether KDE user experience would be a part of criteria for
desktop release. Nevertheless, it still might be helpful to arise some
attention to this issue since it was filed during Beta testing phase and
still lies in new status now.

Basically, kpackagekit was unable to install the RPM out of the repos. The
attempt to install RPM from local hard drive will result an error message,
which said "Untrusted package". Though these packages can still be installed
via terminal way, it's not a good experience of non-technical users in KDE

This bug persists in F13 RC2 LiveCD KDE i686.
The bug I filed is here:


Tommy He

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