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Earlier while upgrading PHP to version 5.3.5 on a CentOS server I copied over the details of the remi repository from another server I had upgraded PHP on. Once I started the transaction all looked well until Yum needed to verify the remi repo RPM GPG key which I had not installed so an error was provided and Yum stopped the PHP upgrade process. You can get around the RPM GPG key error by simply using the –nogpgcheck switch however that is not the correct way to resolve the problem. You should instead install the RPM GPG key and the below example shows how to install the RPM GPG key for the remi repo.

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The other day we were toying around with filtering out the horn noises from the World Cup matches streaming from ESPN. We found some instructions dealing with Fedora but many of the packages that were recommended were not available for CentOS. One of those packages was jack-rack which can be downloaded and installed using the information below.

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When installing packages via yum, with repository additions, on CentOS it is possible to get a warning stating a various package is not signed. There are numerous reasons a package may not be signed so verify the source of the package is legit and if so move forward using the below command.

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