Re: md5 errors
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Quoting jim hamby <hoodcanaljim@xxxxxxx>:
Error: gpg key dosen't match for "tetex-latex and XFree*" Well I cured that with gpg=0
Yeah, or import the correct keys. It could be the Fedora Legacy Key, or the Red Hat key. Or it could be a red herring, and the keys are fine, but the downloaded files are corrupted.
Now I get the following ....Error: MD5 Signature check failed for /var/cache/yum/updates/packages/tetex-latex-1.0.7-47.5.legacy.i386.rpmYou may want to run yum clean or remove the file: /var/cache/yum/updates/packages/tetex-latex-1.0.7-47.5.legacy.i386.rpm Exiting.
Usually this means there was either a network problem downloading the files, or a disk problem on your machine such as quota, disk full, etc. Check that your /var and/or / partition isn't full (after you get the message).
I am totally lost
Confirm that it isn't a disk space issue first, as that is the most likely problem. Once you answer that, we can move on to other ideas if needed.
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