$ curl --remote-name --location https://yum.puppetlabs.com/RPM-GPG-KEY-puppet $ gpg --keyid-format 0x LONG --with-fingerprint ./RPM-GPG-KEY-puppet pub 4096R/0x7F438280EF8D349F 2016-08-18 Puppet, Inc. Release Key) $ curl --remote-name --location https://apt.puppetlabs.com/DEB-GPG-KEY-puppet $ gpg --keyid-format 0x LONG --with-fingerprint ./DEB-GPG-KEY-puppet pub 4096R/0x7F438280EF8D349F 2016-08-18 Puppet, Inc. Release Key) Hopefully this helps get you up and running with our new GPG signing key.
If you have any questions, feel free to ask on #puppet on freenode, #puppet on the puppet community slack, or the puppet-users Google group.
The last eight digits of the fingerprint serve as a name for the key known as the '(short) key ID' (the last sixteen digits of the fingerprint would be the 'long key ID').
Please note that not all keys in this directory are used by the Cent OS project.
Some keys may be placed in this directory by 3rd party repositories to enable the secure use of extra packages as well.
The GPG signing key we’ve been using to sign Puppet products on Linux is expiring in January 2017, so we’ve recently switched to a new key.
This means you’ll need to import the new key to be able to use our public apt and yum repositories.