Which stream to test for 8.2 or have we officially branched now?

C. Scott Ananian cscott at laptop.org
Sat Aug 23 21:00:00 EDT 2008

On Sat, Aug 23, 2008 at 7:54 PM, Mikus Grinbergs <mikus at bga.com> wrote:
>> ... but 8.2-756 is our "best stable
>> candidate so far".  Michael (the release manager) will presumably
>> announce it as such after we do our usual local QA ...
> Unfortunately 756 appears to have screwed up some sort of definition
> for yum, resulting in 'yum install' failing for me with a
> RPM_GPG_KEY error.  {The keyfiles in the directory it is looking in
> appear unchanged from other builds, but 756 wants a keyfile ending
> in '-i386'.)  In 754 and 2330, 'yum install' worked for me.
> The result is that for my home setup/work, 756 is unusable.  (I need
> to download additional rpms.)  Guess I will have to wait until next
> wednesday to get back to using an up-to-date build from 8.2 stream.

Please file a trac bug to ensure we don't forget this one.  My guess
is that the upstream yum packages ought to include updated fedora
keys, and that we're not actually pulling those updated packages yet.

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