A security trust relationship is not present


I have the following message show up. How do I fix this?

A security trust relationship is not present
 Signature verification for Repository Kernel:vanilla failed

Thank you,

On 2013-06-12 17:06, AugieHenriques wrote:
> Hi.
> I have the following message show up. How do I fix this?

What are you doing?

Cheers / Saludos,

Carlos E. R.
(from 12.3 x86_64 “Dartmouth” at Telcontar)

On 06/12/2013 05:06 PM, AugieHenriques wrote:
> How do I fix this?

first, if you are using software.opensuse.org or
download.opensuse.org it is possible the error you are seeing is due
to the specific repo mirror you are connected to through
MirrorBrain…because it is possible that the redirector’s has
connected you to a mirror which is in flux due to any number of
reasons and is not properly authenticating…and, it may be okay
again in 5 minutes or 5 days…

more on all of that here: http://en.opensuse.org/openSUSE:Mirrors

or (if you don’t want to wait) if that is the case you may manually
and directly address a mirror, pick from those here:

if you need more help than that above please tell us

-the desktop environment and version in use (if any)…

-where you are seeing this error (YaST Software Management; YaST
Online Update; or zypper)

-the full web address of the “Repository Kernel:vanilla” giving the error

-and please show us the terminal output and input, as well as the
beginning prompt and exit prompt, from

zypper lr -d
lsb_release -sircd

copy/paste the in/output back to this thread using the instructions
here: http://goo.gl/i3wnr


When I have some free time, (every few months or) I’m evaluating OpenSUSE as a development system.

I had the message up for a while. Just got back to playing around some more.
I would like to fix it, I’m not sure what cause it in the first place.
I was trying the RT kernel with OpenSUSE.
Thank you,

When you do not tell what you did when you got it people will hardly be able to help you.

I can assure you that “playing around” is not an exact enough description to give mere human fellow openSUSE users any idea about your activities.

When you think that all other openSUSE users get this message regularly and thus know when one gets it and where one gets it and why one gets it and thus what to do about it, you are wrong.

You did not even tell us which version of openSUSE you use.

Did you “Trust” the key when adding the repo ?