John at Mozilla-Enigmail.org
Fri Oct 16 00:55:04 CEST 2009
[cc to sks-devel as this may be a SKS issue]
Matthias Fuchs wrote:
> Not sure if that is the correct ml, if not sorry in advance.
> I don't want to use hkp, but rather http e.g.
hkp is just http over port 11371. hkp://<server.name.tld> is nothing more
than http://<server.name.tld>:11371 by definition.
> that works nicely, though I want to get the machine readable text, though
> adding "&options=mr" does not work. Is there a way to get mr code?
Hmm, this should probably go to the sks-devel list. There is code in place for
checking for the mr option and implementing it. If it's not working, it's a SKS
issue. (request.ml & dbserver.ml,)
It may be specific to the SKS version. keyserver.stinkfoot.org is running 1.0.10
which is known to have at least one other issue.
Does the mr work if you try a 1.1.0 version (pgp.mit.edu, pgp.surfnet.nl) or
1.1.1 (keyserver.gingerbear.net, keyserver.kim-minh.com)
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