How to use a keyserver - keyserver.kjsl.com
Toxik - Fabian Rodriguez
Wed Jan 15 15:35:02 2003
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I doubt you need the "http://" prefix in the options file. Try it
I don't think the MAN page has been updated (specially for GnuPG
1.2.x), but it doesn't mention keyserver-options . However it says:
This option disables the automatic retrieving of keys from a
keyserver while verifying signatures. This option allows to keep a
keyserver in the options file or the --send-keys and --recv-keys
So my guess is that GnuPG automatically retrieves public keys from a
keyserver if it's been specified in the options file.
Can anyone verify this ?
Fabian Rodriguez - Toxik Technologies, Inc.
www.toxik.com - (514) 528-6945 @221
> At 08:56 2003-01-15 -0500, you wrote:
> Hi Fabian,
> your suggestion works OK. But how do I use the optionsfile? I
> would like to
> set the preferred keyserver and not have to enter it any more.
> And get keys when needed.
> I tried to enter the following in the options file:
> keyserver http://keyserver.kjsl.com
> keyserver-options auto-key-retrieve
> But GPG doesn't use it.
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