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Jesse Keating wrote:
Once these updates are installed, you'll have a new set of .repo
fedora-updates(-testing)-newkey.repo. These repo files will be pointing
you to mirror manager to find mirrors that have all the newly resigned
updates as well as some new updates you haven't seen before. PackageKit
should automatically notice these updates a few minutes after installing
the previously mentioned 5 or so updates, and prompt you to install the
rest of them.
Didn't seem to nitice this - I left the box for five or ten minutes and
was not prompted for further updates. Then I got bored and hit
System->Administration->Update System again.
That found 35 security updates, 65 bug fix updates and 25 enhancement
This is where things get dicey. Once PackageKit downloads all your
updates, you'll be prompted to import a new key (see
for currently used keys). After clicking
yes to import the key (after you verified it) the PackageKit dialog will
disappear while it does the import, and it should come back, or at least
the panel icon will come back to indicate that it is trying once again
to install your updates. The update installation /should/ succeed,
that's what we're looking for.
Works For Me(TM)! I got the import dialog, verified the key ID & hit
import. Got the authentication dialog (which I couldn't screenshot since
it's modal) and after a brief delay the process moved on to the test
FWIW this is what pkmon logged at the time:
Didn't see anything like this.
Thanks everybody for the testing!
Thanks for giving us something to test!
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