12-16-2013 09:31 AM
What issues I can face if the HP public key is not installed before NNMi installation in Linux environment.
Is it possible to install the HP public key after the nnmi installation, if yes please suggest the steps.
will this also effect the NPS iSPI installation.
12-16-2013 12:15 PM
The installation won't be able to proceed.
The key is used for verifying signatures on the RPMS. It's possible to bypass key checking for regular RPMs, but in this case the NNMi installer will complain about it.
But it's only a 2-minute job to install the key, so just install it and don't worry about it.
12-16-2013 08:52 PM
Thanks for the info.
While I am trying to install the HP Public key, I am getting an error as below
error: hpPublicKey.pub: Key 1 not an armored public key.
I have copied the Publickey from the below link, not done any changes but still getting this error.
12-16-2013 09:33 PM
Sounds like something went wrong with copying/pasting the key.
Can you first try again, copying the key from that web page to a new file, and importing it?
If that doesn't work, ssh to your server, run "cat hpPublicKey.pub", and paste the entire output of that SSH session to here.
06-25-2014 12:35 AM
I am getting the same error. Below is the Cat result. Please help me to resolve the same on priority.
[root@AHDPDCEMSNWMON NNM_Dumps]# rpm --import hpPublicKey.pub error: hpPublicKey.pub: key 1 not an armored public key. [root@AHDPDCEMSNWMON NNM_Dumps]# cat hpPublicKey.pub -----BEGIN PGP PUBLIC KEY BLOCK----- Version: GnuPG v1.4.0 (MingW32) mQGiBEIxWpoRBADb06sJgnD7MJnm2Ny1nmTFLDSZ8vkubP+pmf