RPM Fusion GPG Key Problem Under FEDORA15

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I was using fedora 14 Linux and upgraded my operating system version to fedora 15. After upgrading, I tried to install vlc player using yum, but I got the following errors.

 

  • Downloading packages: rpmts_hdrfromfdno: header v3 rsa/sha256 signature, key id 00a4d52b: nokey retrieving key from file:///etc/pki/rpm-gpg/rpm-gpg-key-rpmfusion-free-fedora-15-x86_64 gpg key retrieval failed: [errno 14] could not open/read file:///etc/pki/rpm-gpg/rpm-gpg-key-rpmfusion-free-fedora-15-x86_64.
  • I tried searching on some sites and also reported it as a bug in this latest release, but they said this is not a bug in fedora os. They suggested me to report it to rpm fusing. But one of my internet friend able to solve this issue by getting latest rpm fusion for fedora 15.

From where can I get this download? Is this a problem of the rpm fusion? This all happening in fedora whenever I try to install some new packages maybe 3rd party.. But I can install some packages. This only occurs with some packages. Thanks a lot.

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Answered By 0 points N/A #126358

RPM Fusion GPG Key Problem Under FEDORA15

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You can download in this site – http://fedoraproject.org/get-fedora cause something most of packages in already file missing but you can download it in my link. Thank you and waiting for your reply.

Answered By 564950 points N/A #126359

RPM Fusion GPG Key Problem Under FEDORA15

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You did not indicate the version of VideoLAN Client (VLC) player you are trying to install on your Fedora 15 platform. The latest version of VideoLAN Client player is VLC 2.0.1 which is already available now. But I’m not sure if this latest release is compatible with your newly installed operating system. VideoLAN Client 2.0.1 is intended to be installed on Fedora 11 Leonidas, Fedora 12 Constantine, Fedora 13 Goddard, and Fedora 14 Laughlin. The last version of Fedora which this multimedia player is compatible with is the version 14 of Fedora which, in this case, you are 1 version ahead of it. But you can try installing it and maybe you can find another way around if installing it fails. You can download VideoLAN Client 2.0.1 at http://www.videolan.org/vlc/download-fedora.html and you can also find other useful information on that page to help fix your problem if ever something goes wrong with the installation.

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