This test case checks whether ABRT can GPG check using custom GPG keys. That means you can add trusted GPG keys used to sign packages from third-party repositories. See also QA:Testcase_abrt_GPG_check.
How to test
- Edit config file
/etc/abrt/abrt.conf, and make sure OpenGPGCheck is set to yes.
- Install a package which is signed, but not with an official Fedora project signature - such as a package from a popular third-party repository - and cause an application from the package to crash.
- Add the GPG key with which the package is signed to the file
/etc/abrt/gpg_keys. Every separate key should be on a new line.
- Restart ABRT with the command
su -c 'service abrtd restart'.
- Again cause the application to crash.
- The first crash should not be reported by ABRT.
- The second crash should be reported by ABRT.
- The reporting to BZ will fail, as ABRT will try to report the crash to our BZ.