Receiving a key on standard output

Jason Harris
Thu Jan 2 19:30:01 2003

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On Thu, Jan 02, 2003 at 02:19:57PM -0000, wrote:

NB:  The PGP signature on your message is bad.

[fetching a key to a file]
Run gpgkeys_* directly (it has been covered on one of these lists
before).  See ./code/lget[.asc] on my website for an example.

> What is wrong with this approach? Seems to me that this=20
> should work fine:
> 1) gpg --homedir /tmp --keyserver --recv-key 84321DED

> 4) gpg --keyserver --recv-key 84321DED

It abuses the keyservers with 2x the traffic.  :(

> PGP Key: 0x14964AC8 20021007

(I thought            ^^^^^^^^ was supposed to be a timestamp,
ala 200212162130.)

> EICS: -D 9079f3957ed45bae12d990be5f4edf17

(What's this new (MD5?) tag?)

Jason Harris          | NIC:  JH329, PGP:  This _is_ PGP-signed, isn't it? | web:

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