Signed Repomd.xml.asc Files For CentOS-6 And CentOS-7 (testing)

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For those of you not currently on the CentOS-devel mailing list, we are looking to test signed repomd.xml files (repomd.xml.asc) for CentOS-6
and CentOS-7. If you are interested in signed metadata repos, please look at this post:

http://lists.CentOS.org/pipermail/CentOS-devel/2015-April/013210.html

Also, if you are willing to test / help with the solution for signed metadata, please join the CentOS-devel mailing list and correspond there:

http://lists.CentOS.org/mailman/listinfo/CentOS-devel

Thanks, Johnny Hughes

2 thoughts on - Signed Repomd.xml.asc Files For CentOS-6 And CentOS-7 (testing)

  • Morning, Johnny,

    Johnny Hughes wrote:
    Thank you *very* much for this post. It’s much appreciated (and I
    forwarded it to my manager, as we have a local mirror here).

    mark

  • I did not get any help in creating an auto-import feature for the key .. but this is now implemented as is on CentOS-6 and CentOS-7 ‘updates’
    repo. Usage is completely optional and the default is not used.

    You can now enable this option for the ‘updates’ repo in CentOS-6 and CentOS-7:

    repo_gpgckeck=1

    See ‘man yum.conf’ for more on either CentOS-6 and CentOS-7 .. here is the info from CentOS-5:

    repo_gpgcheck: Either

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