Trusted Signatures on your Public key?

Peter Lavender
Thu Jul 19 12:05:02 2001

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* Marc Mutz ( wrote:

> Basically, yes. You go to key-signing parties of your local=20
> <insert-os-here>-User-Group or bug people on expos. Or you search for=20
> people you may get your hands on using the keyserevers.
=20 I have the FAQ here, but I gather how to do this, ie how to get signatures on your public key is discussed in the docs? That's what I was curious about, just how do you do this, take your key on a floppy, and then get people to sign it.. then come home and import it? Sorry for the dumb questions. --=20 Peter Lavender Eternally confused! --s5/bjXLgkIwAv6Hi Content-Type: application/pgp-signature Content-Disposition: inline -----BEGIN PGP SIGNATURE----- Version: GnuPG v1.0.6 (GNU/Linux) Comment: For info see iD8DBQE7Vq9C6rviNCJCWBMRAkm6AKC1fbySAQHyrgTTFQiPr9R+QVpe1gCdHRwi WSRmouQ5K4ccmsYsvMVOSt4= =WjxQ -----END PGP SIGNATURE----- --s5/bjXLgkIwAv6Hi--