Keyservers: multiple subkeys and revocation: Not finding
Fri Nov 15 14:39:09 2002
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At 08:19 2002-11-14 -0500, you wrote:
>* Per Tunedal <firstname.lastname@example.org> [2002-11-14 04:31]:
>> I don't understand I either cannot find one of my keys (AF351431) on
>> the keyserver keyserver.kjsl.com. Though it seems OK when I send it.
>> I can only find my old revoked key on that server - and
>> keyserver.kjsl.com is supposed to treat keys alright!? It works OK
>> with a lot of other keyservers.
>I was able to get this key:
> $ gpg --keyserver keyserver.kjsl.com --recv-keys AF351431
> gpg: key AF351431: public key "Per Tunedal <email@example.com>" imported
> gpg: Total number processed: 1
> gpg: imported: 1
> $ gpg --fingerprint AF351431
> pub 1024D/AF351431 2002-02-04 Per Tunedal <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> Key fingerprint = 4039 23C7 32CC 978C 01BD FD87 6B28 4075 AF35
> uid Per Tunedal RADVIS <email@example.com>
> uid Per Tunedal Operamail
> sub 4096g/E3889A13 2002-02-03 [expires: 2004-0
>You didn't include a fingerprint for AF351431, so I cannot verify that
>it is correct.
>BTW, your message was signed with a key other than the above (7905AAA9).
>One cannot make an omelette without breaking eggs -- but it is amazing
>how many eggs one can break without making a decent omelette.
> -- Professor Charles P. Issawi
I tried again at http://keyserver.kjsl.com:11371/#extract and it doesn't
work. "Key not found".
Fingerprint for the "missing" key (AF351431) is: 4039 23C7 32CC 978C
01BD FD87 6B28 4075 AF35 1431
BTW Yes, I am using a different key for this e-mailadress.
Fingerprint: 09D5 1EA1 8056 0D6C 1684 4D22 57E5 A315 7905 AAA9
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