Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 442648
bad error message for untrusted package
Last modified: 2008-08-02 19:40:37 EDT
Trying to install an untrusted package from a repo with gpgcheck=1 yields a good
error message explaining the situation.
Trying to update an untrusted package gives an unspecific internal error.
Oooh, can you attach the backtrace pls. Thanks.
Not sure I know what you are asking for here. backtrace from the backend ?
Yes, with the internal error we should also get the backtrace. The backend
should never backtrace on us, and so if it does it's a bug. Thanks.
no backtrace, here is the exact message I see:
Error in Package Signatures
Public key for djbfft-0.76-6.lvn6.i386.rpm is not installed
So I guess it would be enough te get rid of the "Unknown error"
and make "Error in Package Signatures" the primary text.
Ahh, gotcha. I've fixed this in master. I'll port back to stable today.
Fixed (enough?) for F9?
Changing version to '9' as part of upcoming Fedora 9 GA.
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