ah ok the reason im doing a test is I am building a single cd fedora
core load (base+core) with snort, clamav, tripwire, chkrootkit,
mondo/mindi, snmp and webmin (with ssl deps). So far its all installing
fine and 249 files at 272980k in size for a cd. The only thing left is
kickstart automating the configuration to apply the firewall,
bastille-linux, and package config changes to make it all tidy.
Since the rpms are in a local directory, I check them to find any
dependencies I may have missed and also any problems with bad sigs.
Im going back to 'man rpm' to see if I find out how to tell it to use
the regular db as well. But if anyone knows offhand and would post it,
that would be great.
On Sun, 2004-01-11 at 17:56, Michael Schwendt wrote:
On Sun, 11 Jan 2004 16:19:48 -0600, Greg wrote:
> rpm --test --dbpath /tmp/testdb -Uvh *.rpm
Why do you "--test" against an RPM database in /tmp/testdb?
To test against your regular RPM DB makes much more sense.
> warning: acl-2.2.7-2.i386.rpm: V3 DSA signature: NOKEY, key ID 4f2a6fd2
> warning: basesystem-8.0-2.noarch.rpm: V3 DSA signature: NOKEY, key ID
> Ive followed previous posts on getting the updated sigs and I dont have
> any warning with using yum updates. So I am unsure as to why these keys
> are not on my system.
> Heres the install gpg rpms
> [root@desktop RPMS]# rpm -qa | grep gpg
Many of these are duplicates. I would suggest you remove them all
and install each of them only a single time.