Thu Sep 20 03:29:02 2001
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On Wed, Sep 19, 2001 at 08:39:28PM -0400, David Shaw wrote:
> You're doing it just right, and so is GnuPG. There is, alas, a bug in
> some of the HKP keyservers that makes them unable to handle keys with
> multiple subkeys.
That's definitely a problem. Is this infectious (ie servers with a bug
destroy data and then transmit the incomplete data on to other servers) ?
> I'm afraid I don't know exactly *which* keyservers are buggy.
> certserver.pgp.com is known good, but is not a HKP keyserver so you
> need to use the web interface or my LDAP keyserver addition to GnuPG.
> I believe pgp.dtype.org is good as well, and it's a HKP server.
Tested with pgp.dtype.org and fared no better. An LDAP add-on sounds
good but it's not included in my default build right?
Thanks for the info.
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