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Key expired error on FC38

arjenpdevries
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community.intel.com/t5/oneAPI-Registration-Download/expired-certificate-for-software-installation/m-p/1494447#M5290

Someone closed this topic but the problem has not been resolved.

The Intel packages cannot be installed on current Fedora Core versions (the default, 38). It can be fixed easily by Intel, just a matter of putting the correct key online.
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ArpanB_Intel
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Hi Arjen, we do not support usage of non-native package managers like yum on Ubuntu or apt on RHEL, only the native ones. We have checked native package managers on all the supported platforms and they are fine:

 

  • ubuntu:22.04 - apt - OK
  • ubuntu:20.04 - apt - OK
  • debian:9 - apt - OK
  • debian:10 - apt - OK
  • debian:11 - apt - OK
  • redhat/ubi8 - dnf - OK
  • redhat/ubi9 - dnf - OK
  • rockylinux:8 - dnf - OK
  • rockylinux:9 - dnf - OK
  • fedora:36 - dnf - OK
  • fedora:37 - dnf - OK
  • amazonlinux:2 - yum - OK
  • amazonlinux:2022 - dnf - OK
  • registry.suse.com/suse/sle15:15.3 - zypper - OK
  • registry.suse.com/suse/sle15:15.4 - zypper - OK

 

The only known system where this issue appears is Fedora 38 which is not yet supported by oneAPI. It's tracked separately and will be resolved by the time a new Intel® oneAPI Toolkit version supporting it is released. Thus, this is not a defect for Intel® oneAPI Toolkit 2023.1. We hope to address this in the upcoming update.


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arjenpdevries
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You can retry all the rubbish answers but that's not the point.

In Fedora you should use dnf.

This fails because Intel publishes the wrong key.

It would be easy to fix.

A.
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ArpanB_Intel
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Arjen, we thank you for sharing your valuable feedback with us. We have intimated our internal team on this issue.


We hope to address this error in the coming update very soon.


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arjenpdevries
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Some activity so you cannot claim success: no, this problem had not been solved with this answer.
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ArpanB_Intel
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Arjen, we will check with our internal team and share an update soon on this issue.


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ArpanB_Intel
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Arjen, we apologize for the inconvenience caused.


Please have been reiterated by our internal team that Fedora platforms are still not supported for this toolkit. We have shared your feedback and we are working behind the scenes so that we can include it in our future updates. We suggest you to turn your notifications on for any new product releases so that you get informed of our future releases that might support the Fedora platform.


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ArpanB_Intel
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Arjen, unfortunately we were unable to hear back from you.


If you have any further queries, please post a new question as this thread will no longer be monitored by Intel®.


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