[uds-announce] Keysign party - Keyring and txt file clarifications
bilalakhtar.ubuntu at gmail.com
Thu Nov 3 22:27:46 UTC 2011
I noticed yet another mistake. The ksp-precise.txt.md5.asc file on the
server is still the old one, even though the .sha1.asc file has been
updated after the recent file reshuffle. So these are the new hashes:
Still, in case I'm at fault, you might want to try running md5sum and
sha1sum on the ksp-precise.txt.asc file, just in case.
Hope this helps,
On Thu, Nov 3, 2011 at 5:49 PM, Kamal Mostafa <kamal at canonical.com> wrote:
> On Thu, 2011-11-03 at 17:28 -0400, Marc Cluet wrote:
>> Just write down the new checksums, we'll recite them at the beginning of the meeting :)
> To further clarify (I hope!)...
> 1. Download the *revised* keyring and text files (note the addition of
> ".asc" to the filenames):
> 2. Locate your own entry in the "ksp-precise.txt.asc" file, and verify
> that the key fingerprint for your own key is actually correct -- it
> should match the fingerprint you get when you run
> $ gpg --fingerprint <your.email.adress>
> ... on your local machine.
> 3. Compute the md5 and sha1 checksums for the "ksp-precise.txt.asc" file
> that you downloaded and write those checksums down on your paper sheet.
> Use these commands to compute those checksums:
> $ gpg --print-md md5 ksp-precise.txt.asc
> $ gpg --print-md sha1 ksp-precise.txt.asc
> 4. Bring your paper sheet with the checksums you computed to the
> keysigning party so that you can compare your md5 and sha1 checksums to
> the checksums that will be read out loud at the party.
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