Is there a command-line equivalent to "Only return exact matches"?
jon.soong at imvs.sa.gov.au
Tue Jun 24 02:31:02 CEST 2003
searching on the KeyID is not possible as i will not know the key id. :(
(it would be good if keyservers could be searched with regexs!!!) :)
John Clizbe wrote:
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>jonathan soong wrote:
>>I would like to be able to search my keyserver from the command line
>>with the "Only return exact matches" option that exists on the webserver.
>>Is this possible?
>>e.g say there are 3 keys on my server:
>>gpg --keyserver localhost --search-keys key-2
>>returns all three keys!
>>Using "=" doesn't work (i presume this is only for importing keys).
>>Any suggestions would be most welcome.
>Ummm, search by key ID? ie 0xDEADBEEF
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