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Date: Wed Aug 28 2002 - 20:00:56 CDT
> Does anyone know of any sites that are
> publishing MD5 (or equivalent) binary checksum
> values for the default install of Redhat 7.3?
> I've been on Redhats site and done a Google
> search but nothing presented itself. Thanks much.
Grab RH's securityredhat.com gpg key (it should be on your cd's), do
gpg --import RPM-GPG-KEY (I think thats what its called)
rpm --verify *.rpm
and it should verify all the RPMS.
This method is better if you don't have any other keys in your gpg keyring,
otherwise read the rpm manpage and setup a seperate directory for verifying
rpm's, and modify your .rpmmacros or so.
> Jim Grossl
> Systems Admin
> Lee Pesky Learning Center
> Boise, Idaho USA