[ubuntu-in] keyserver.ubuntu.com timeout ..
shredder12 at gmail.com
Fri Jan 15 07:25:54 GMT 2010
Easwar Hariharan wrote:
> Shashank, you missed the point. Sanjay doesn't want to upload his key,
> he wants to add a key as trusted to his keyring. I would think both
> pgp.mit.edu <http://pgp.mit.edu> and keyserver.pgp.com
> <http://keyserver.pgp.com> would use the same port as
> keyserver.ubuntu.com <http://keyserver.ubuntu.com>. Correct me if I'm
> wrong here.
> Sanjay, that was really good. :)
> Registered Linux user #442065
> Charles de Gaulle
> - "The better I get to know men, the more I find myself loving dogs."
Yeah, may be I misinterpreted his query. And about the key servers, when
I was trying to add a key I was getting blocked by my firewall because
of the unusual port 11371. So, someone suggested me to use the web
interface to add the key. I guess this is what pgp.mit.edu and
keyserver.pgp.com provide, submission through http/https protocol. If
you open http://keyserver.ubuntu.com, you will just see "it works" where
as keys are supposed to be added here http://keyserver.ubuntu.com:11371.
I am sorry if I missed the point but I thought it was a similar protocol
issue that I had.
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