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I'm using Odoo on Debian 6 with the nightly 7.0 repo ( deb http://nightly.openerp.com/7.0/nightly/deb/ ./ ).
In the past, I've been applying updates to the server via an `apt-get update && apt-get upgrade` manual spacewalk, just saying yes when the "WARNING: The following packages cannot be authenticated! openerp" message appears. However, I'm using Ansible now to automate these updates, and this is throwing a real wrench into the automation for my Odoo server -- the automated aptitude updates hang/fail because the openerp package is not authenticated...
Because of this, I haven't been able to include my Odoo server in my automation processes -- it's the one server sitting out right now.
Is there a way to authenticate this package/repository so that I can automate aptitude updates of openerp like any other package on any other server? Or is repo/package authentication simply not offered by Odoo?
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