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Posted by
Henagon

Latest RPM release is not digitally signed.

As the title details, the latest version from the teamviewer yum repository is not digitally signed.

Affected package version:
teamviewer-15.9.4-0.x86_64

As of writing this will break package updates on client machines.

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Posted by Community Manager
Community Manager
Solution

Re: Latest RPM release is not digitally signed.

Hi @Jack_Greiner 

Thank you for the info!

I talked with our Linux team and they told me they are already on it and will provide a new RPM package soonest 🙌

Cheers,

Esther

Community Manager

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Posted by
Photon

Re: Latest RPM release is not digitally signed.

For now, I just disabled the repository from Gnome's  Software Center

Posted by Community Manager
Community Manager
Solution

Re: Latest RPM release is not digitally signed.

Hi @Jack_Greiner 

Thank you for the info!

I talked with our Linux team and they told me they are already on it and will provide a new RPM package soonest 🙌

Cheers,

Esther

Community Manager

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Posted by
Photon

Re: Latest RPM release is not digitally signed.

I set gpg check to 0 in my /etc/yum.repos.d/teamviewer.repo file for now. I made a script to change it back in a week in my cron job. Oddly, my DEB based systems using APT do not seem to be effected.

Posted by
Trigon

Re: Latest RPM release is not digitally signed.

Hi @Esther ,
Any clue when new version will be online ?

Regards

Posted by Community Manager
Community Manager

Re: Latest RPM release is not digitally signed.

Hi @GFORCE1 

I quickly checked with the team and they told me, that the fixed version is already available on our website: Download for Linux 

Also, they activated the auto-update, BUT if you received the auto-update before, you will need to download the new version once again as the auto update won´t work a second time.

EDIT: The recommendation from our Linux team is to get the package from the website.

I´ll post that info also in the Change Log.

Thanks and best,

Esther

Community Manager

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