Re: Keyservers problem (win32)
Jakob Breivik Grimstveit
Jakob Breivik Grimstveit <email@example.com>
Mon Mar 11 20:47:02 2002
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At 11.03.2002 20:24, Bart Martens wrote the following:
> On Mon, Mar 11, 2002 at 08:41:52AM +0100, Jakob Breivik Grimstveit wrote:
>> Whenever trying to access the keyservers using gpg, i only get the
>> following answer (both at home using dialup and on work using
>> > Sending key(s) 0x545E2819 to server search.keyserver.net:11371 ...
>> > gpg: write failed: ec=87
>> > gpg: can't connect to `search.keyserver.net:11371': No error
>> > Press any key to continue . . .
>> Why is that?
> Other keyservers work fine, like wwwkeys.pgp.net . I have a similar
> problem here, also with search.keyserver.net, but not allways. See:
Well, it always happens for me, on to seperate computers (WinXP & W2k),
on different internet connections (dialup & broadband).
> As you can see, the first time it failed, the second time it succeeds.
> I'm going to trace this, when I have some spare time. For now I use
> wwwkeys.pgp.net as the default keyserver (in ~/.gnupg/options).
I tried. 15 times. Every time I get the same response "No error".
Satisfying message :).
- - Jakob Breivik Grimstveit, firstname.lastname@example.org, www.grimstveit.net
- - Morvikbotn 341, 5122 Morvik. Tlf: 55195667, 48298152, PGP:0xB68BA32F
- - System Integrator, Star Shipping, email@example.com
I never get lost, just momentarily disoriented.
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