Mon Jun 10 09:31:01 2002
When I do the following with GPG 1.0.7 (on Linux)
gpg -keyserver certserver.pgp.com --send-key firstname.lastname@example.org
gpg: conflicting commands
I also tried various other combinations including "--send-keys" and each
with and without a key specified and to several popular keyservers. I also
verified that I can access the server's TCP port 11371 through my firewall.
This used to work on 1.0.1.
I have a deadline in a few days.
Thanks in advance,
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GPG Public key available at http://www.verysecurelinux.com/pubkey.txt
pub 1024D/E3A1C540 2000-06-21 Bob Toxen <email@example.com>
Key fingerprint = 30BA AA0A 31DD B68B 47C9 601E 96D3 533D E3A1 C540
sub 2048g/03FFCCB9 2000-06-21