signed messages take an eternity to be formatted by evolution
ben at adversary.org
Wed Mar 9 22:09:52 CET 2011
On 10/03/11 3:31 AM, Bernhard Kleine wrote:
> Some strange things have happened:
> first: on the interactive sks-keyservers.net page I looked up the
> key A18A54D6 and it did not show any result. Afterwards I typed
> olson grant and got several keys listed but not the one we have been
> looking for here A18....
It is there, but may not be visible at first glance because key ID
0xA18A54D6 is actually a subkey for 0xE3B5806F.
> second: I have seahorse as the gui tool to enter keyservers and
> keys. However, I removed any other keyserver but
The settings for the GUI will only affect the GUI and not GPG itself.
> After that I type your suggestion:
> gpg --search-keys A18A54D
> and to my surprise it still looked up wwwkeys.eu.pgp.net with no
To change the default keyserver for GPG on the command line you will
need to edit ~/.gnupg/gpg.conf to comment out whatever is currently
listed and add:
> This leaves us with two questions:
> 1. why do I not get a response for A18A54D6 on sks-keyservers.net?
It's there, see above.
> 2. where do we have to tune gpg and evolution on ubuntu 10.10 to look
> for the correct keyserver?
The ~/.gnupg/gpg.conf contains all the options for the command line.
Evolution specific things I can't help with, I've never used it.
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