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    In this guide, we are going to uncover some of the possible causes that can lead to the avast diet error and then some of the possible solutions that you can try to solve the problem.

    Hey guys!

    I’m trying to install Avast Server on my Centos 6.6 and I’m getting the following messages.
    I used to be able to install avast directly from yum Me. this issue, although ok,

    [email protected] [~]# echo ‘[avast]
    > name=Avast
    > baseurl=http://rpm.avast.com /lin /repo/dists/rhel/release
    > enabled=1
    > gpgcheck=1′ > /etc/yum.repos.d/avast.repo
    [email protected] [~ ]# revs in minute – -import /path/to/avast.gpg
    error: /path/to/avast.gpg: failed import while browsing (2).

    SECOND EDITION< br>root @shared1 [ ~]# yum avast
    Installation extensions loaded: fastmirror, refresh-packagekit, security
    Configure installation process
    Load mirror speed from given cached host file
    * Sockets: centos.hyve.com
    * Optional: mirrors. coreix.net
    * rpmforge: www.mirrorservice.org
    * latest version: centos.openitc.uk
    Dependency resolution
    –> Run transaction check
    —> Install avast package .x86_64 0:1.1.9-1
    –> Dependency resolution completed

    Dependencies resolved

    avast rpm error

    ===== = ========= = ================================================= ===========
    Package architecture Repository sizei version
    ============================================= ======= ====== ===== =====
    Installation:
    avast x86_64 1.1.9-1 avast 608 KB

    Transaction Summary
    =============================================== =========== ====== ============
    Install 1 package(s)

    Total size: 608 KB
    Set Size: 1.5MB< br>This is [Yes/No]: Acceptable y
    Download Packages:< br>Warning: rpmts_HdrFromFdno : V3 RSA/SHA1 Header Signature, 574f2d7b Key ID: NOKEY

    avast rpm error

    Very large audience for avast-rhel-1.1.9-1. x86_64.rpm is not installed

    < p>so does this solve the problem?

    “Last edit: Feb 29, 2015 4:33:51 PM by reddev32 Alt=”””

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    [~]#

    [email protected] rpm –import /path/to/avast.gpg
    Error: /path/to/avast.gpg: import read failed(2).

    < p>You couldn’t use the command precisely because of the path /path/to/avast.gpg, could you?
    If you don’t, then the solution is good – use the real path to make it work GPG – Key. Another
    common problem usually is that if you copy and paste the GPG key from the PDF documentation, the application
    probably won’t work because the program is for Editing PDFs usually removes some spaces when it comes to key when you copy and paste text content. Always use the GPG key you received with the authorization file.

    SECOND EDITION

    Warning: rpmts_HdrFromFdno: V3 RSA/SHA1 Header Signature, Key Identifier NOKEY

    It’s 574f2d7b: still the same problem. The RPM manager yells that the GPG key is not enough, surprisingly
    no, while keeping it up to date failed…

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    For

    thanks for this answer,

    I followed the instructions you gave me from avast and actually I had an error. I’m really new to Linux, speaking of where do I find the right place for GPG so that I can enter any GPG key so that it can install the program via yum?

    Any product is welcome.

    p>

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    Hello

    I joined this site because I saw thatich (reddev32) needs help, but ideally they get stupid and useless answers and I hate it.

    Check out reddev32 here http://files.avast.com/lin/repo/pool/ in case my distribution is based on Debian, and it could be Debian, Ubuntu, Linux Mint, people can download and install directly there.

    PS: By the way, your current captcha at the end to validate input sucks

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    Hello Anachnu!

    Thank you for registering and posting.

    I found a new product but I need to create a brand new installation of Centos 6.5 on my server and also check installation to see if the same error occurs.

    Really get started and appreciate the help .

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    I only signed up because I came back to this forum because I saw the experts saying that a newbie (reddev32) still needs help, they are just accepting stupidand unnecessary decisions, and I hate it. But

    Sorry, the only stupid and useless answer is yours… Directly installing packages
    without a repository won’t help a person. It still needs a licensed archive which comes with
    a GPG key, which it then lacks >The correct answer is my first answer to the question – Get a license file, so a GPG file (it should definitely
    begin with a trial license available here: https://www.avast.com/linux-server-antivirus).
    Then install the main gpg key with all the commands from the documentation, but for the correct path
    . Install the copy package, license and run the software, that’s it.

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    AuthorSubject: Avast 1.1.9-1 Won’t Install (9300 Reads)

    I’m trying to install a specific Avast server on my 6 Centos.6 and/or I’m getting the following messages.
    Before I could get the Avast attachment via yum, I had to modify it as well, < / p>

    [email protected] [~]# show ‘[avast]
    > name=Avast
    > baseurl=http://rpm.avast.com/lin/repo/dists/rhel/release
    > enabled=1
    > gpgcheck=1′ > /etc/yum.repos.d/avast .repo
    [email protected] [~]# rpm –import /path/to/avast.gpg
    Error: /path/to/avast.gpg: Failed to read import(2).

    SECOND EDITION
    [email protected] [~]# yum added to avast
    Plugins to be loaded: fastmirror, refresh-packagekit, security
    Customize installation process
    Download mirror speeds that come from cached base : file hosts
    *centos.hyve.com
    * Optional: mirrors.coreix.net
    * rpmforge: www.mirrorservice.org
    * Updates: centos.openitc. en
    Fix dependencies
    –> Verify transaction functionality
    —> Package avast.x86_64 0:1.1.9-1 remains installed
    –> Dependency resolution completed

    ============================================== ======================
    Arch Package Arch Version Version Repository Size
    ============ === ================================================== ============
    Installation:< br> avast x86_64 1.1.9-1 avast 608k

    Total size: 608 KB
    Installed size: 1.5 MB
    Is this guide correct? [y/n]: yes
    Load packages:
    Warning: rpmts_HdrFromFdno: V3 RSA/SHA1 header signature, key id 574f2d7b: NOKEY

    “Last edited: February 25, 2015 4:33:51 PM”

    reddev32

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