key-keyserver problem?

Jason Harris
Tue Jul 16 20:30:02 2002

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On Tue, Jul 16, 2002 at 10:08:43AM -0400, David Shaw wrote:
> On Tue, Jul 16, 2002 at 12:45:10AM -0400, Psy-Kosh wrote:
> > >This looks like the key (fetched from ldap://
> > (but
> > >shouldn't GPG report the signature (on the signed list message) was
> > made
> > >by 71AD88B3 instead of reporting 401EDF13 - Psy-Kosh, did you sign
> > >the message with a standalone version of 401EDF13?):
> >=20
> > I'm using a signing subkey, so I guess it's just reporting the
> > specific subkey.
> Yes, that is what happens with signing subkeys.


> So it's a v4 RSA key and you have multiple subkeys.  The HKP
> keyservers are going to mangle the key, and then just to add insult to
> injury, report it under the wrong keyid (look under 4E553FDF). :(

Geez David, I _know_ you are aware of the fact that I've patched to calculate the keyids for v4 RSA keys correctly:

(unless that email was forged).  So please, be specific.

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