comment, propagation, and key servers
Thu Jan 16 19:09:02 2003
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Am Donnerstag, 16. Januar 2003 12:29 schrieb Charly Avital:
> At 12:29 PM -0800 1/15/03, Jaye Inabnit ke6sls wrote:
> >Today, I
> >uploaded (I think) to 5 other key servers to hopefully make my public =
> >more easily found.
> It's best to have a little patience, and wait until the keyserver you
> uploaded your key to, syncs with other keyservers. Uploading the same k=
> to additional keyservers might be frowned upon, and considered to put a=
> unnecessary load on keyservers in general.
> >One user said that I could edit my comment section to include the publ=
> > key server. Sounded like a terrific idea, but how do I do this?
> I think the best way is to add it in your Options file.
> In gpg prior to 1.2.0, it was called ~/.gnupg/options.
> In later versions, it is ~/.gpg.conf.
the man page says:
Default configuration file
Old style configuration file; only used when
gpg.conf is not found
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