Is this ok to agree to?


I’m actually on Fedora 36 but no tag for that yet strangely.

I updated or installed something shortly after installing Fedora and was given this prompt. I was in a rush and saved it to check later and forgot for about a week so I’m asking now but don’t remember exactly what I ran to get prompted with this. Is this ok to click “yes” to?


Fedora 36 - x86_64 128 kB/s | 1.6 kB 00:00
Importing GPG key 0x38AB71F4:
Userid : “Fedora (36)
Fingerprint: 53DE D2CB 922D 8B8D 9E63 FD18 999F 7CBF 38AB 71F4
From : /etc/pki/rpm-gpg/RPM-GPG-KEY-fedora-36-x86_64
Is this ok [y/N]:

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To answer the question, have a look at the link below and compare the fingerprint of the key: Security and Download Verification
(scroll down to where it says: Here are our current keys)

If they are identical it is ok.

(you likely ran dnf upgrade and got prompted to import Fedora’s signing key)


Welcome to :fedora:
You can compare this with yours if matches then it is okey to say yes what you are doing here is importing the gpg key for fedora 36 as updates will be signed with that key and your system will compare to verify security.

Scroll down and see your os version and compare them.

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