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spwalker

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Hello,
I've used KMS for 2-3 years without a problem. It's running on Red Hat Enterprise server. I always upgrade to the latest version so I upgraded to 6.3.1 when it came out. It worked fine but something happened yesterday and it just stopped working. All the messages in the queue were in 'content filtered' mode and I can not receive any mail. I decided to run 'rpm -U --force' to repair it with the same vertion(6.3.1) but it gives an error and exits. I tried 'rpm -e' to uninstall it, but the same thing. I managed to install 6.1.4 over it and now it works but I can not upgrade or uninstall it.
Please help!
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spwalker

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I managed with it. Now I'm running KMS 6.3.0 just fine but can not to upgrade to 6.3.1
It gives an error. I attached a picture of it. Can someone help, please?

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Kerio_ktrumbull

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Have you tried to re-download the rpm from the website? Seems like the rpm is corrupt on your system as the MD5 hashes do not match.

Kevin Trumbull
Kerio Technical Support Team Leader
http://support.kerio.com
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spwalker

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Yes, 2 times. I'll try to install it in X when I go to work. That's how I installed 6.3.1 when it was out. Now I'm trying using ssh. Maybe that's the problem.
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spwalker

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All problems solved. There's something wrong in the MD5 of kms for linux 6.3.1
I used '--nodigest' option to ignore that error and now it's fine.
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