mpi error with check-trustdb in 1.4.2 - resolved
JPClizbe at comcast.net
Thu Aug 11 05:30:09 CEST 2005
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John Clizbe wrote:
> Hi Werner, Dave, and everyone else.
> This error started showing up when I switched to 1.4.2. It does not occur in
> 1.4.1. A similar mpi error occurs with --rebuild-keydb-cache.
> It's not dangerous like some of the 1.4.0 rename errors, just a nuisance.
> Probably just key cruft, but I thought you might want to look at it since it
> wasn't a problem in prior versions.
Tracked down the two offending keys and deleted them with 1.4.1. They both
failed to import from a keyserver with 1.4.2 with the same mpi error, so I'm
marking it off to key cruft.
The keys were:
pub 1024R/FC05DA69 1997-05-12 Anand Kumria <akumria at acm.org>
pub 1024D/A0B3E88B 2000-07-24 Martin Pool <mbp at sourcefrog.net>
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