gpg --recv-key option
Fri, 24 Mar 2000 12:43:55 -0600
So this can't be done via the shell, if this is what I am seeing? I
know that you can do this with pgp6...
----- Original Message -----
From: Marius Strom <email@example.com>
Date: Friday, March 24, 2000 12:23 pm
Subject: Re: gpg --recv-key option
> Put http://pgp.mit.edu into your webbrowser, and from there you
> can search
> by email to recieve Hex ID's.
> Marius Strom <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> Professional Geek/Unix System Administrator
> Alpha1 Internet <" target="l">http://www.alpha1.net>
> http://www.marius.org/marius.pgp 0x42C74CBA
> In theory, there is no difference between theory and practice...
> ...In practice, there is a big difference.
> On Fri, 24 Mar 2000, Jason Helfman wrote:
> > I have been speaking back and forth with some users of gpg and
> > having some problems seeing any posts for my reqests to the
> > Make a long story short...
> > Why is it that if I do something of this nature:
> > gpg --keyserver certserver.pgp.com --recv-key email@example.com
> > I will not receive anything. I am told through communications
> > yourself that you can only get the id of the key. How can
> someone have
> > any idea how to retrieve a given persons key off a server if
> they have
> > to know the id?
> > If this is true, what is the logic behind the structure of this?
> If I
> > am wrong, what am I doing incorrectly.
> > I am running Redhat Linux 6.1, Kernel 2.2.13
> > gnupg-rsaref-1.0-2
> > gnupg-1.0.0-1
> > ---
> > /helfman
> > "At any given moment, you may find the ticket to the circus that
> > always been in your possession."
> > Fingerprint: 2F76 2856 776A 3E07 9F3E 452A 17D9 9B28 D75E 0A36
> > GnuPG http://www.gnupg.org Get Private!