Update of rpmfusion-* on F16-x86_64 is confusing or lost.

Lucélio Gomes de Freitas aa.lucelio at gmail.com
Wed Nov 23 19:53:28 UTC 2011


The simple fact that the repository is listed by "yum repolist" means
that it is enabled?
Once they are there, why the question "Do you trust the source of the
packages?".  Is this a bug?


Em 23-11-2011 15:54, T.C. Hollingsworth escreveu:
> 2011/11/23 Lucélio Gomes de Freitas <aa.lucelio at gmail.com>:
>> Hi friends,
>> Ref: Linux Fedora 3.1.1-2.fc16.x86_64 (installed and working aparentely
>>  100%)
>> Verifying new atualizations on KDE environment(F16-x86_64),
>> I got a window asking to update:
>> 1st> rpmfusion-free-release - RPM Fusion(free) Repository Configuration
>>   16-1.2
>> 2nd> rpmfusion-nonfree-release - RPM Fusion(nonfree) Repository
>> Configuration    16-1.1
>> I clicked "apply". The task started and suddenly after showing the
>> signing window of rpmfusion-free, appeared asking: "Do you trust the
>> source of the packages? Replying "yes" the task get to a
>> sleeping/hibernating position and only stops when I cancell it.
>> I did all(f16-x86_64) installation from scratch.
>> I found the sign, on the specifyed
>> URL(/etc/pki/rpm-gpg/RPM-GPG-KEY-rpmfusion-free-fedora-16-x86_64).
>> I can't get free from these two atualizations.
> Let's try to verify whether the RPMFusion repository is properly
> enabled.  Open Konsole and run the following command:
> sudo yum repolist
> That will print a list of all repositories enabled on your system.
> "rpmfusion-free", "rpmfusion-free-updates", "rpmfusion-nonfree", and
> "rpmfusion-nonfree-updates" should be listed there.
> If they aren't listed, try reinstalling  the release packages directly
> from the command line:
> sudo yum localinstall --nogpgcheck
> http://download1.rpmfusion.org/free/fedora/rpmfusion-free-release-stable.noarch.rpm
> http://download1.rpmfusion.org/nonfree/fedora/rpmfusion-nonfree-release-stable.noarch.rpm
> (My e-mail client will likely split that up into multiple lines but it
> should be entered on one line.)
> You can then run "sudo yum repolist" again and verify that the
> repository is enabled.  At that point you should be able to install
> packages from RPMFusion using apper, KDE's graphical package manager,
> or using the yum command if you prefer.
> -T.C.

Lucélio Gomes de Freitas
ETFCSF-> U.G.F.-> P.U.C.(RJ)
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Email: aa.lucelio at gmail.com
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