Gstreamer streaming media framework issue

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Good evening,

I am trying to install Gstreamer streaming media framework on my fedora 15 desktop having intel Pentium iv processor 2.66 GHz and 512 Mb of ram and 120 GB of hard disk.
 
The problem is, on each try while installing Gstreamer streaming media framework, it gives me the following error.
 
 
Transaction error
An unspecified transaction error has occurred.
More information is available in the detailed report.
 
More details:
GPG key retrieval failed: [Errno 14]
Could not open/read file:///etc/pki/rpm-gpg/RPM-GPG-KEY-rpmfusion-nonfree-fedora-15-i386
 
I try to check the above mentioned directory and confirm the availability of file inquired, but still it does not allow me to install that software.
 
I try to sue the installation, but still this doesn't work in my scenario.
 
Any suggestion in this regard is welcomed.
 
Thanks.
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Gstreamer streaming media framework issue

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GStreamer is multimedia program or the framework software which used to the multimedia purpose. GStreamer has developed by the C Program to have the wide range of feature to edit develop or design the video audio and etcetera. Feature to facilitate over the cross platform.
 
Yes GStreamer is the cross platform multimedia program software such as Linux – x86, PowerPC and ARM, Solaris-Intel and SPARC and OpenSolaris, FreeBSD, OpenBSD, NetBSD, Mac OS X, Microsoft Windows operating system – 200, XP, and windows 7.
 
GStreamer has an advanced feature to compete an all the multimedia programming error and the issues. The below information doesn’t help please contact you vendor.
 
You could try temporarily disabling any additional repo's or removing totally as I did. Though I had only installed it recently so removal was a no-brainer. Search for the offending conflicting files. Your issue seems to be specifically plugins so it might be worth considering navigating to these files and removing them one by one.

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