Trusted Signatures on your Public key?

JanuszA.Urbanowicz JanuszA.Urbanowicz
Thu Jul 19 13:50:01 2001

Peter Lavender wrote/napisa=B3[a]/schrieb:
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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=
> > 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.
you esxport the public key to ascii form and send it to people they import it and write down the fingerprint over the phone or f2f you verify the fingerprint is correct they sign the key (edit-key -> sign) they export it and send to you you import the key -> signatures get merged Alex --=20 C _-=3D-_ H| Janusz A. Urbanowicz | ALEX3-RIPE | SF-F Framling | | = * =09 ; (_O : +-------------------------------------------------------------+ --= +~|=09 ! &~) ? | P=B3yn=B1=E6 chc=EA na Wsch=F3d, za Suez, gdzie jest dobrem ka= =BFde z=B3o | l_|/=09 A ~-=3D-~ O| Gdzie przykaza=F1 brak dziesi=EAciu, a pi=E6 mo=BFna a=BF po d= no; | | =20