some questions

Konstantin Sorokin
Sat Jun 2 21:49:02 2001

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On Sat, Jun 02, 2001 at 07:24:54PM +0000, Brian M. Carlson wrote:

> On Saturday 02 June 2001 08:59, Konstantin Sorokin wrote:
> > 1) The thing I would like to know in first place is how can I
> > access to keyservers through firewall. I add to .gnupg/options
> > address of keyserver and also add honor-http-proxy, but thing still
> > doesn't work. I use mutt as a MUA ant it can verify signature
> > of mail automaticaly by invoking pgp, but as far it can't accsess
> > to keyserver veryfication always fails ;-(
> At the command prompt, type "set", where=20
> is the name of your proxy. Set mutt to use gpg for signin=
> verifying, encrypting, etc. The Mutt HOWTO is here:=20
> <>. It was written=
> Linux, but it's pretty much the same for all platforms.
> *If and only if your keyserver still doesn't work*, try a line like=20
> "keyserver x-broken-hkp://". You must have the =
> and the "x-broken-hkp://". This tells gpg that you probably have a broken=
> proxy.
This is the output of my mutt: [-- PGP output follows (current time: Sat Jun 2 23:36:24 2001) --] gpg: Signature made =F0=CE=C4 16 =E1=D0=D2 2001 16:39:27 MSD using DSA key= ID 758D9F20 gpg: requesting key 758D9F20 from x-broken-hkp:// = ... gpg: can't get key from keyserver: eof gpg: Can't check signature: public key not found [-- End of PGP output --] and this is my .gnupg/options file honor-http-proxy keyserver "x-broken-hkp://" P.S. Please, CC me your answers directly. --=20 WBR, Konstantin V. Sorokin GnuPG key fingerprint =3D 37A1 D039 0F07 774A BE34 428B 1E11 18BA 735B 7797
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