On Wed, Apr 24, 2013 at 04:23:09AM +0800, Marguerite Su wrote:
Background: I'm testing a kernel patch, which will make UTF-8
characters shown good in tty. I wanna see if it works for myself, find
a few testers on forum from UTF-8 communities whose ttys were "口口口口口",
then try to submit that patch to our kernel team.
So I linked kernel-desktop from Kernel:openSUSE-12.3 to
But it can't build. The error was:
could not retrieve ssl certificate: 400 remote error:
And I found
# This makes the OBS store the project cert as %_sourcedir/_projectcert.crt
1. How can I find/get the correct key (permission to build kernel)? As
I guess, such keys only issue to qualified people and qualified
project that can make change and won't mess things up, right?
2. Can I just remove that line to build? A cert is used for unique
signature or security reasons, is it because our openSUSE specific
patches or something that do not allow for change, or I just think too
You are seeing the artefacts of UEFI secure boot signing.
To enable the magic to work for you, run:
osc signkey --create home:MargueriteSu:kernel
to update your own signing key to a compatible one inside.
(It will be signed with this key, not with the SUSE / openSUSE certified key.)
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