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Re: [Sks-devel] odd

From: John Clizbe
Subject: Re: [Sks-devel] odd
Date: Wed, 23 Jan 2013 14:55:04 -0600
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folkert wrote:
>> > Could you please post, HOW you're uploading? Say, what exactly are you
>> > doing?
>> What I do is:
>> gpg --keyserver --send-key C4739D2D
>> gpg --keyserver --send-key C4739D2D
>> gpg --keyserver --send-key C4739D2D
>> gpg --keyserver ldap:// --send-key C4739D2D
>> gpg --keyserver --send-key C4739D2D
> Oh also if I add it manualy via the web forms, it won't appear.
> My key is:

Something I found out sometime ago, when searching a keyserver by key ID, it
doesn't seem to work without the leading 0x.  It's become ingrained that I
automatically add 0x in front of any key ID.

The key you mention in the link added just fine to one of my offline servers.
SKS servers return the message

        Key block added to key server database. New public keys added:
        1 key(s) added successfully.

when a keyblock is successfully added. gpg should return this as HTML. If you
are not receiving the message, preface your key ID with 0x.


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