Using gpg with rpm
Stainless Steel Rat
ratinox at peorth.gweep.net
Tue Dec 29 13:17:34 CET 1998
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"JHC" == James H Cloos <cloos at jhcloos.com> writes:
JHC> Is the idea module required? Which hash should be used? Should I
JHC> instead ask on one of the pgp groups? :)
rpm uses whatever version of PGP is available. One should be able to use
any version of PGP that groks PGP 2.6.x command line arguments, which means
GPG should be an easy drop-in replacement. Red Hat RPMs have RSA
signatures because of the version of PGP they use.
If you want more info, take a look into the book 'Maximum RPM' from Red
Hat. The TeX(info) sources should be available on their FTP server.
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Rat <ratinox at peorth.gweep.net> \ Happy Fun Ball contains a liquid core,
PGP Key: at a key server near you! \ which, if exposed due to rupture, should
GPG Key: same as my PGP 5 (DH) key \ not be touched, inhaled, or looked at.
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