rpmkey

Manage your RPM keyring through puppet

Stefan

stschulte

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Version information

  • 1.0.3 (latest)
  • 1.0.2
  • 1.0.1
  • 1.0.0
released Feb 3rd 2015
This version is compatible with:
  • CentOS
    ,
    RedHat
    ,
    SLES

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Tags: rpm, gpg

Documentation

stschulte/rpmkey — version 1.0.3 Feb 3rd 2015

Puppet RPMKEY Module

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This repository aims to ease the GPG keymanagement with rpm

Background

A package maintainer can sign his RPM packages with a secret gpg key. This allows a third party (e.g. you) to verify the package with the corresponding public key. The rpm utility has its own keyring and commands to import and remove public gpg keys.

A key can be imported with rpm --import and will then present itself as an installed package of the form gpgkey-#{keyid}-#{signature_date}. In the same way the key can be removed from the keyring by removing the corresponding package with rpm --erase

The puppet way

The new puppet rpmkey type treats a single key as a puppet resource so you can e.g. specify

rpmkey { '0608B895':
  ensure => present,
  source => 'https://fedoraproject.org/static/0608B895.txt',
}

The above resource will import the key if it is not already present. If you want to make sure that a key is absent (remove it when it is present) specify the following instead:

rpmkey { '0608B895':
  ensure => absent,
}

The name of the rpmkey resource has to be the keyID of the gpg key. If you have the public key available as a file but you are unsure of the correct keyID, use gpg to extract the keyID. For example, to find the keyID used by EPEL 7:

$ gpg ./RPM-GPG-KEY-EPEL-7
pub  4096R/352C64E5 2013-12-16 Fedora EPEL (7) <epel@fedoraproject.org>

The string after the / is what rpmkey expects (352C64E5).

Running the tests

The easiest way to run the tests is via bundler

bundle install
bundle exec rake spec SPEC_OPTS='--format documentation'

Contribution

Thanks to the following contributers, who made this module more usable:

  • Gene Liverman
  • Michael Moll
  • duritong