GPG Keys provide a way to verify the integrity of packages found within a Repository and/or Product. Once one or more GPG Keys have been created, they can be associated with a Product or Repository during creation or by editing an existing Product or Repository.
For more information on GPG Keys see The GNU Privacy Guard.
The following is a high-level summary of GPG Key features:
To create a new GPG Key:
Note that you may either upload your GPG Key or simply paste in the contents.
To view all Products that have been assigned a GPG Key:
To view all Repositories that have been assigned a GPG Key:
To add a GPG to a Product:
Note that adding a GPG Key to a Product adds the GPG Key to all current and future repositories unless a repository already has a GPG Key assigned. This can also be overriden by assignming a GPG Key to an individual repository afterward as well.
A new bug fix release for Foreman 1.15 is available. See the Foreman 1.15.3 release notes for more details.
Foreman 1.15.0 is now available, featuring a new notifications UI, template changes, and improvements to host owners and SSH keys. Read about all of the changes in the release notes, and follow the quick start to install it.