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John Clizbe John at
Fri Apr 8 21:09:56 CEST 2011

Bernhard Kleine wrote:
> I am quite sure that Grant Olson's key is on the keyserver, thus there
> is no matter of hiding it, as robert j.hansen suggested. however, i
> wonder why i can't retrieve it. 
> gpg --search-keys A18A54D
> gpg: Suche nach "A18A54D" von hkp Server
> gpg: Schlüssel "A18A54D" am Schlüsselserver nicht gefunden
> i.d. search for A18A54D on hkp server ..
> key A18A54D not found at the keyserver.

Key IDs are 8 hex digits. You have typed 7. Add the '6' at the end :-)

sks at yogi:~$ gpg --keyserver yogi --search-keys 0xA18A54D6
gpg: searching for "0xA18A54D6" from hkp server yogi
(1)     Grant T. Olson (pikimal) <snip>
        Grant T. Olson (Personal email) <kgo at snip>
        Grant T. Olson (Grant - home email) <olsongt at snip>
          2048 bit RSA key E3B5806F, created: 2010-01-11
Keys 1-1 of 1 for "0xA18A54D6".  Enter number(s), N)ext, or Q)uit >

John P. Clizbe                      Inet:   John (a) Enigmail DAWT net
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