Re: Can't use up2date from terminal
Date: Wed, 07 Jan 2004 10:38:16 -0500
of course not. try logging in to redhat network and manually updating
the up2date program first. That notice is posted in big bold letters on
the redhat network site. up2date is a redhat network tool.
Max Khitrov wrote:
> I've installed the most basic setup of Fedora possible, and the first
> thing I'd like to do is run up2date to have everything updated, however,
> when I ran if for the first time I got a message that I don't have a
> valid RedHat public key. Then it told me to run the following command to
> install that key: rpm --import /usr/share/rhn/RPM-GPG-KEY. I did that,
> and still every time I try to run up2date I get that message. I do
> remember doing the same thing when I had gnome installed, but that was,
> of course, just a yes/no pop-up that I got and it had no problems
> installing that key. Please help.
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