Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 569116
"the software is not from a trusted source" dialog doesn't identify what it refers to
Last modified: 2010-12-03 17:14:58 EST
Description of problem:
Sometimes a batch of upgrades includes something from a repository which isn't signed. PackageKit will alert the user with a dialog stating "the software is not from a trusted source. Do not update these packages unless you are sure it is safe to do so". However, it fails to tell WHICH packages it's complaining about, making it impossible for the user/administrator to tell what's going on.
However, the dialog goes on to ask for the root password. How stupid one would have to be to enter a root password here?
The "details" view is especially annoying, since it doesn't actually provide any more details, just the same complaint in a technical jargon.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Created attachment 396844 [details]
screenshot of the offending dialog
This bug has been triaged
Steven M. Parrish
KDE & Packagekit Triager
Fedora Bugzappers volunteer triage team
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