Wow - Fedora 12. Any particular reason for using that version? It is
getting a bit old :)
I gather*"yum --nogpgcheck install *.rpm"* should work around this. No
personal experience just what linuxquestions.org told me.
As Tom points out, you don't need to hop down to desktop-integration
with 4.1. The rpm should be in the same folder as the other RPMs. The
doco is out of date
On 08/20/2013 11:06 PM, Francesca Milanini wrote:
Hi, on Fedora 12, when I try to install LibreOffice
[user@hostname RPMS]$ su -c 'yum install *.rpm'
" Package libobasis4.1-ogltrans-188.8.131.52-4.i586.rpm is not signed "
So I cannot continue: (cd desktop-integration...).
Could you give suggestion? Thank you, Francesca
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