Where's ubuntu's public key(s)?

Magnus Therning magnus at therning.org
Thu Jun 30 07:03:40 UTC 2005

On Wed, Jun 29, 2005 at 09:18:35PM -0700, Richard Hubbell wrote:
>Where's ubuntu's public key(s)?

If you mean the public part of the keys used to sign Ubuntu's packages,
then they can be found in most keyservers. I use subkeys.pgp.net.

If you have a Ubuntu system you should already have all the keys you
need registered for use with apt-get. You can use apt-key to check what
keys are trusted by apt.

Any particular reason why you need them?


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