I tend to create packages for stuff I use, and try to submit them to
online repositories so they get maintained. Here you'll find all of the
ones I make public, so you can browse them or add them to your package
You can use yum to automatically get packages from these repositories.
RPM's in the standard Red Hat repositories are created using mach, a tool that builds RPM's in a chroot environment. This means we can ensure good quality and make sure the packages work well with that distribution.
If you're lucky, you can just install the tao-release rpm for:
If you are worried about security, you should check the validity of these before importing the public key into your package database.
Get key and fingerprint from website:
wget http://thomas.apestaart.org/pkg/thomas.pubkey wget http://thomas.apestaart.org/pkg/thomas.fingerprintVerify that the fingerprint matches the pubkey:
gpg --with-fingerprint thomas.pubkey | head -n 3 | diff - thomas.fingerprintGet the public key from a keyserver and verify that the online fingerprint matches the one downloaded:
gpg --keyserver pgp.mit.edu --recv-keys 55f3aa6f gpg --list-keys | grep Stichele gpg --fingerprint 55f3aa6f | head -n 3 > thomas.fingerprint.tmp diff thomas.fingerprint.tmp thomas.fingerprintNow that you verified the validity of thomas.pubkey, you can import it in your rpm database using
rpm --import thomas.pubkey.
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