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|ID||Project||Category||View Status||Date Submitted||Last Update|
|0002661||CentOS-5||centos-release||public||2008-02-08 15:35||2008-06-27 13:08|
|Fixed in Version||5.2|
|Summary||0002661: yum install without network fails to install (and without warning or error message)|
|Description||When trying to install kernel-xen-devel (or any other package for that matter) with yum, I get the following:|
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yum --disablerepo=\* --enablerepo=c5-media install kernel-xen-devel
kernel-xen-devel x86_64 2.6.18-53.el5 c5-media 4.9 M
Total download size: 4.9 M
Is this ok [y/N] y
warning: rpmts_HdrFromFdno: Header V3 DSA signature: NOKEY, key ID e8562897
Public key for kernel-xen-devel-2.6.18-53.el5.x86_64.rpm is not installed
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(full dump in attachment)
If you note, this doesn't say anything about it not being installed, but alas, kernel devel tools are not present, and you are presented with the same thing when you execute the command again.
|Additional Information||Machine setup:|
Intel Core 2 Quad
CentOS 5.1 x86_64 installed from DVD media
Asus P5B-VM SE motherboard
Non-functioning RealTek RTL8111b network (built into motherboard)
|Tags||No tags attached.|
yum-dvd-install-error.out (1,129 bytes)
So, it seems from this, that the gpg keys for these packages are one of:
* yum is not configured properly to find the gpg keys on the DVD media (mounted at /mnt/cdrom)
* the GPG keys for these packages are not present on the DVD media.
When I force gpgcheck off, things install.
This still looks like a bug to me.
You can install the keys from /etc/pki/rpm-gpg/RPM-GPG-KEY-CentOS-5, as *should* be referenced from the Centos-Media.repo file.
But true, this one references the Beta key.
|Changing to centos-release package. Severity is trivial. Should be changed in the next centos-release package.|
Thank you range -- that worked like a charm.
I just wish yum would fallback to non-network sources without having to specially-exclude repository specifiers -- if you have no network, on a default install with full DVD inserted, 'yum install foo' will fail looking for the network update repo.
|Upgraded to blocker. Needs to be fixed for next centos-release package|
the rub is, we purposely use the http:// key because we control that location.
some bad guy COULD put out a bad CD ... BUT they can't put their bad key on our mirror.
|But that defies the usage of the Media-Repo. Maybe better put a line of text in there to either disable gpg (bad idea) or get the key from somewhere before trying to install from the repo?|
|Fixed in 5.2.|
|I'm curious -- what was the ultimate fix for this (if someone knows off the top of their head)?|
The "fix" in note 7414 was with respect to the Centos-Media.repo file. It no longer refers to the Beta key.
About the location of the key (local versus remote), please see this thread in the mailing list:
|2008-02-08 15:35||keithel||New Issue|
|2008-02-08 15:35||keithel||File Added: yum-dvd-install-error.out|
|2008-02-08 15:42||keithel||Note Added: 0006850|
||Note Added: 0006851|
||Status||new => acknowledged|
||Note Added: 0006852|
||Severity||major => trivial|
||Category||yum => centos-release|
|2008-02-08 19:49||keithel||Note Added: 0006857|
||Relationship added||has duplicate 0002696|
||Note Added: 0006910|
||Severity||trivial => block|
|2008-02-23 13:00||JohnnyHughes||Note Added: 0006926|
||Note Added: 0006927|
|2008-06-19 20:03||toracat||Note Added: 0007414|
|2008-06-19 21:04||keithel||Note Added: 0007415|
|2008-06-19 21:46||toracat||Note Added: 0007416|
|2008-06-27 13:08||timverhoeven||Status||acknowledged => resolved|
|2008-06-27 13:08||timverhoeven||Fixed in Version||=> 5.2|
|2008-06-27 13:08||timverhoeven||Resolution||open => fixed|