Mon May 26 22:58:01 2003
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On Mon, May 26, 2003 at 04:18:37PM -0400, Jason Harris wrote:
> On Mon, May 26, 2003 at 11:38:06AM -0500, John B wrote:
> > Are you using kgpg? Do you have a photo in your public key? I was havin=
> > same trouble. I had a picture of me in my key, and exporting it to keys=
> > wasn't working, it would be fine if I sent the public key as an attachm=
> > whomever requested it, but the servers would not accept it, so I took t=
> > photo out, then resent the key to some servers, and they finally took i=
> [BCC'd to the keyserver list in case Yaron has any corrections]
> Send it to the SKS keyservers, http://sks.sf.net/ , with the photo.
> One of them should send it to keyserver.kjsl.com which strips the
> photo and sends it to most of the rest of the keyservers. Or send it
> to keyserver.kjsl.com directly and let it propagate without the photo.
> Also, you can have GPG upload keys to keyservers without uploading the
> photos by using "--export-options no-include-attributes."
That should be "--keyserver-options no-include-attributes".
"--export-options" applies only to the --export command.
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