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    Default Kde update applet...

    Hello to all,
    I am on opensuse 11.1(KDE 4.3) and while I was reading a pdf(unnecessary detail), I get a pop-up message from the kde update applet with the title:"Repository Signature Required". The message asked me if I wanted to accept a repository signature. The signature was something like this:
    package_id:dummy;0.0.1;i386;data
    repository_name:20090731-025014
    key_url:http://download.opensuse.org/..ommited..for..brevity./openSUSE_11.1_KDE4_Factory_Desktop/
    key_userid:UNKNOWN
    ...
    ...
    key_fingerprint:UNKNOWN
    key_timestamp:UNKNOWN
    typegp

    anyway at first I thought that it tried to check for updates and something weird happened and I just clicked OK.

    Then I thought that KDE4_Factory_Desktop is indeed in my repositories but what has this anything to do with the kde update applet? I manage these updates through the package manager.

    So i fired up the yast package manager and when it started loading the repository data it popped-up a message telling me that the the repository in question(factory desktop) had a signature which was not digitally signed or something along those lines.

    Then I told it to not accept the signature and came straight here.

    Now I know it's probably nothing but I thought that I should check with you and see if that is normal.

    So... any thoughts?

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    Default Re: Kde update applet...

    Just accept it. I think someone screwed up the key on the repo. I had it too. Also for the Mozilla repo for me this morning.
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    Default Re: Kde update applet...

    OK thank you for the reply.
    That's what I thought but I wanted to make sure.
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