automatically downloading public keys no longer works.

Sebastian Wiesinger
Thu Jun 13 14:46:01 2002

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* David T-G <> [2002-06-13 14:37]:
> % my public ring. I am unable to do this since upgrading to gnupg 1.0.7. I
> % have a basically stock install of both mutt as well as gnupg w/ no major
> % changes made to any conf/rc files. This is the output of gnupg now:
> "No major changes made" sounds like you have not added
>   keyserver-options auto-key-retrieve
> to your .gnupg/options file.  That's one of the MANY high-impact changes
> in 1.0.7 and, if you haven't already, it would pay very handsomely to
> read ALL of the changes and docs that come with the new version.  Trust
> me, I speak from experience.

I'm using the gnupg package provided by Debian. Could someone
*please* tell me where I should look for changes like that? (And no,
reading changelog.gz is not a solution.)

Sebastian Wiesinger <>
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