Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 63734
GPG not installed after KDE 3.0.0
Last modified: 2015-01-07 18:56:01 EST
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Description of problem:
GPG not installed after upgrading to KDE 3.0.0
Without GPG up2date will not work
This definitely needs fixing!
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
3.GPG not installed error
Actual Results: UP2DATE Aborts
Expected Results: UP2DATE to run, display, download, & install anything needed
Additional info: This only occurs AFTER the KDE 3.0.0 upgrade is complete, and
one reboot is performed.
You started with a working 7.2 install (gpg installed, up2date working, etc) ?
You updated to KDE 3.0 (how? and with what packages?)
And now up2date complains that gpg is not installed?
Whats the output of:
rpm -q gpg
Only thing I can figure is that something in the KDE upgrade wiped
out gpg, but I cant imagine a good reason for it to do that.
>> from an email, reposted here so it's easier to track and if other people
>> have the same bug. (reformatted slightly(
You started with a working 7.2 install (gpg installed, up2date working, etc)?
Yes ... Redhat 7.2 (2.4.9-31) KDE 2.2.2 ... up2date was working fine!
+You updated to KDE 3.0 (how? and with what packages?)
Using the Redhat RPM's from one of KDE's FTP Mirror sites.
+And now up2date complains that gpg is not installed?
+Whats the output of: rpm -q gpg
Package gpg is not installed!
+how about: gpg --list-keys
GPG does'nt exist so this command won't run.
+Only thing I can figure is that something in the KDE upgrade wiped
+out gpg, but I cant imagine a good reason for it to do that
Ok .. so how do I re-install it?
I mistyped before, the package name is actually "gnupg"
rpm -q gnupg
if it's not installed, try:
This looks to be an issue with a faulty install of KDE3.0, so
I'm closing this out.