gnupg-1.2.1: public key not found
Sat May 3 23:25:04 2003
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Maybe I'm doing something stupid here... gnupg-1.2.1 as shipped with
RedHat. I just downloaded the new FreeS/WAN release and associated
signatures and keys... I want to verify the signatures. So I did
~ $ gpg --import freeswan-allkeys
This seemed to work. Then I did...
~ $ gpgv freeswan-allkeys.sig
~ gpgv: Signature made Sat 22 Feb 2003 02:40:24 PM PST using RSA key ID
~ gpgv: Can't check signature: public key not found
Hmmm... but doing 'gpg --list-keys' shows that the relevant keys
are in my keyring...
~ pub 1024R/970F6D91 1998-02-10 Linux FreeS/WAN Software Team
~ pub 2047R/46EAFCE1 2002-03-29 Linux FreeS/WAN Software Team
~ pub 1024R/5A7E4731 2002-06-25 FreeSWAN RPM signing key
~ $ rpm -K freeswan-module-2.00_2.4.20_9-0.i386.rpm
~ freeswan-module-2.00_2.4.20_9-0.i386.rpm: sha1 (MD5) (PGP) md5 NOT OK
(MISSING KEYS: PGP#5a7e4731)
Again, the key id is one of the ones I imported above and which
'gpg --list-keys' shows as being there.
What could be going on?
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