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Description of problem:
It would be really nice if the installer could verify RPM files before
installing them and issue an error if the verification fails
Steps to Reproduce:
1. give the installer one or more RPMs that are broken (GPG or MD5 NOT OK)
3. installer accepts the file
Actual Results: Potential to install broken RPMs
Expected Results: A dialog along these lines, an option for kickstart and
an entry in the install.log
The package <name> failed verification.
What do you want to do?
'Skip the package', 'Try again', 'Install anyway'
*** This bug has been marked as a duplicate of 40045 ***
While I agree with your comment in bug 40045 that giving the user any options is
problematic, I would still like to see the addition of a 'rpm --checksig' for
each package prior to installation of the package so that we do not install
broken packages. Even if this means bailing out of anaconda on failure.