Curious about public keys and keyservers.
Wed Jul 2 18:00:02 2003
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On Wed, Jul 02, 2003 at 11:36:40AM -0400, Jean-David Beyer wrote:
> >Are you sure they are the same all the way through? It's easy to miss
> >a few digit differences in the middle of a long armor block.
> OK: they are not quite the same, but why does theirs not quite agree?
> These guys seem to have it right (I pasted mine into their window), but
> these guys
> have it wrong; I uploaded it with
> gpg --send-key Whimsey
> keyserver hkp://sks.dnsalias.net
> is in my .gnupg/options file.
> Could they both be right?
> Is there a bug in gpg --send-key?
No. There are many ways to represent OpenPGP keys. They are
functionally identical, but differ in the actual bytes on disk. It
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