Any word when openSUSE 42.2 will be listed in the common-channels? I see and am using opensuse_leap42_1 but looking at upgrading and would like to continue to manage my handful of openSUSE machines with my SLE servers in SUMA.
Please add openSUSE as a custom channel as outlined in the reference guide: https://www.suse.com/documentation/suse-manager-3/book_suma_reference_manual/data/ref_webui_channels_manage.html
Community supported products will not be added as ‘vendor’ channels because of their support status.
As I was looking at the one generated by the common channels in SUSE Manager there are GPG key URL and PGP key ID and GPG key Fingerprint. When I create my own how do I get this information to plug into the Security: GPG section?
That info is here, you may need to import the key manually to the SuMA instance…
I am still lost. I was able to create the repos and then add them to the channels. The GPG stuff I am lost. Malcolmlewis provided a link which I am not sure what to put in the fields.
name=Security tools (openSUSE_Leap_42.2)
Here is what my 42.1 channel has
I see the GPG key URL is the gpgkey= line but how and where do I get the ID and Fingerprint?
Download and import the repomd.xml.key then list/fingerprint etc…
wget http://download.opensuse.org/repositories/security/openSUSE_Leap_42.2/repodata/repomd.xml.key gpg2 --import repomd.xml.key gpg: key EE3D166A: public key "security OBS Project <firstname.lastname@example.org>" imported gpg: Total number processed: 1 gpg: imported: 1 (RSA: 1) gpg: no ultimately trusted keys found gpg2 --fingerprint EE3D166A pub 2048R/EE3D166A 2014-05-26 [expires: 2018-11-17] Key fingerprint = AAF3 EB04 4C49 C402 A9E7 B9AE 69D1 B2AA EE3D 166A uid [ unknown] security OBS Project <email@example.com>
Or just add the repo, refresh, accept the key and then remove the repo…