[Planetlab-users] fedora 14, anyone ?
sylvain.martin at ulg.ac.be
Mon Mar 12 03:57:00 EST 2012
On 2012-03-09 19:59, Håvard Johansen wrote:
> Did you try the --nogpgcheck option to yum:
> #> yum --nogpgcheck install packetname
Definitely helps, yes. And no, I haven't tried it (not that much
experience with fedora tools, I'm afraid).
Now on quest to make python 3 run on that elder release.
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> Håvard Johansen
> On 03/09/2012 02:58 PM, sylvain martin wrote:
>> Hello, there.
>> I'm not using Planetlab from so long, but I'm not in the phase where I
>> need to enroll more nodes in my slice. However, I observed that fedora
>> 12 nodes seems not to work properly anymore. That is, trying to "yum
>> install" something on them systematically results in
>> The GPG keys listed for the "Fedora 12 - i386 - Updates"
>> repository are already installed but they are not correct for this
>> Check that the correct key URLs are configured for this repository.
>> error message.
>> Are there some tips to work around this situation, somewhere ? Is
>> there a migration plan towards fedora 14 that is delayed for some
>> reasons ? Or am I simply doing it wrong assuming that yum is the way
>> to go to install software on planetlab europe nodes ?
>> Please enlight me.
>> PS: last nodes on which I observed this: openlab01.pl.sophia.inria.fr
>> ; onelab11.pl.sophia.inria.fr and
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