[Q] Sending a key to a keyserver
Mon May 12 02:41:03 2003
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On Sun, May 11, 2003 at 06:15:46PM -0400, Daniel Carrera wrote:
> > gpgkeys: LDAP fetch for: (pgpkeyid=3D0FEBCEC3)
> > gpgkeys: requesting key 0x0FEBCEC3 from ldap://keyserver.pgp.com
> > User ID: Daniel Carrera (PhD Student, Math) <firstname.lastname@example.org=
> > Short key ID: 0FEBCEC3
> > Presumably Neil was looking on one of the HKP keyservers. The LDAP
> > keyserver don't sync very well (if at all) with the HKP keyservers.
> Alright, I guess it's getting distributed how. I successfully added it t=
> keyserver.kjsl.com and pgp.mit.edu the way Manuel Samper showed me.
> When I try to add it to the LDAP servers gpg just hangs. I've tried with=
> keyserver.pgp.com and pgp.surfnet.nl. Here is my command-line:
> gpg --keyserver keyserver.pgp.com --send-key 0x0FEBCEC3
> Am I doing something wrong?
gpg --keyserver ldap://keyserver.pgp.com --send-key 0x0FEBCEC3
If you don't specify a scheme (ldap, mailto, etc), then GnuPG assumes
> Also, what are LDAP and HKP severs?
Two different keyserver protocols, each with their own good and bad
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