Rodney D. Myers
Tue May 27 00:24:02 2003
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On Mon, 26 May 2003 11:38:06 -0500
John B <Yochanon@tds.net> wrote:
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> On Monday 26 May 2003 10:42, Rodney D. Myers wrote:
> > I know I've sent my gpg key to wwwkeys.pgp.net, but
> > Today, I've been attempting to check may keys, as listed in the news
> > group, and this server comes up blank.
> > Is there a web page that show key servers, along with their status,
> > etc?
> > Thanks
> Are you using kgpg? Do you have a photo in your public key? I was
> having the
> same trouble. I had a picture of me in my key, and exporting it to
> keyservers wasn't working, it would be fine if I sent the public key
> as an attachment to whomever requested it, but the servers would not
> accept it, so I took the photo out, then resent the key to some
> servers, and they finally took it.
Nope regular key. the server didn't show anything on any of the keys I
know are good.
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