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|ID||Project||Category||View Status||Date Submitted||Last Update|
|0016777||CentOS-7||sssd||public||2019-11-28 01:22||2019-11-28 12:03|
|Priority||normal||Severity||minor||Reproducibility||have not tried|
|Target Version||Fixed in Version|
|Summary||0016777: Fresh install, software update asks user to accept a CentOS 7 GPG Key|
|Description||First time software update, first time in gnome after install. I deselected only the few kernel updates because I do not want the kernel updated.|
Offending package is ssd-proxy. I tried unselecting ssd packages but it must be a dependency and there are 760 odd software updates required.
This is extremely suspicious because I've installed this exact version of 7 from same media the same way a few times and never got this prompt. The key displayed does match a portion I see on the website: F4A80EB5, but the source is just a local folder and I do not feel comfortable with this since I never received it before.
I will skip updates for now.
|Steps To Reproduce||Fresh install. Log into gnome, start software updates, start update. (note I deselected kernel updates only)|
Get a prompt to accept a GPG key.
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