Keyservers and subkeys

David Shaw
Tue Jul 15 15:46:02 2003

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On Tue, Jul 15, 2003 at 09:38:41AM +0200, Johan Parin wrote:
> Hi all,
> I recently made a key with the following structure (used to sign this
> message):
> 4096R
> 1024D
> 4096g
> I uploaded it to but the encryption key was
> missing. Uploaded it instead to ldap:// and now I
> can download it if I search for the primary RSA ID. However, I'm not
> able to download it if searching for the DSA subkey 9B2958B0 (used to
> sign this message), even if I specify the long key ID. I've tried
> ldap://
> ldap://
> hkp://
> Those have been given on this list as servers able to search for
> subkeys.

No, those are the servers that are able to *store* subkeys.  The LDAP
servers can search for subkeys, but only with a long keyid.  Try
searching for 0570C4909B2958B0 rather than 9B2958B0.


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