Still trying to troubleshoot --refresh-keys error
anthony at cajuntechie.org
Fri Dec 2 23:59:16 CET 2016
For the last few weeks, I've talked about how, when I try to refresh the
keys on my ring, I get an error from GnuPG. Today, I noticed a message
that I hadn't noticed before and I strongly suspect this might be the
cause of the problem I'm having.
When I issued the
command, GnuPG connected to the SKS pool and sent a request for all the
keys on my ring. At the end of the refresh attempt, I saw the following:
gpg: no valid OpenPGP data found.
gpg: Total number processed: 0
gpg: keyserver communications error: keyserver helper internal error
gpg: keyserver communications error: General error
gpg: keyserver refresh failed: General error
IIRC, Stephen mentioned something about the helper program the last time
I posted. This seems to confirm that. However, since it's not giving me
much information, I can't really troubleshoot further.
This is GnuPG 2.0.3 (GpG4Win 2.3.3) on Windows 10. This issue DOES NOT
happen on Linux.
Can anyone offer a bit of insight?
VoIP/SIP: 1259010 at localphone.com
XMPP/Jabber: papillion at dukgo.com
PGP Key: 0xCC9D1E072AC97369
Other Info: http://www.cajuntechie.org/p/my-pgp-key.html
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