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Re: GPG burns my notebook!

> > > sam to me. I also have an Acer1524WLMI, but everytime I use apt the
> > > cooler begins to run. Don worry, this seems to be o.k. I suppose, apt is
> > > using all the processing time, and so the AMD64-processor is getting hot.
> > > Remember, it so not a mobile-processor.
> >
> > CPU on my nb runs with 800MHZ (governor: userspace - minimal frequency
> > reachable) and I have an external cooler too. Does your system become
> > unstable when you use apt all the processing time?
> No, it does not really. Things become slow, while apt is readibg the database 
> from harddrive, so, some other things become slow, when they want to write or 
> read on the harddrive, too. But it is not getting unstable.


I have tried with 2 keys. One from amd64.debian.net/archive.key that make burning my system, and one from http://wwwkeys.pgp.net:11371/pks/lookup?op=get&search=0xB5F5BBED

last key works and I got soon 'OK' from apt-key add.

$ diff from_debian.key from wwwkeys_pgp.key
< Version: GnuPG v1.4.1 (GNU/Linux)
< Comment: Joerg Jaspert <joerg@debian.org> -- Debian Developer
> Version: 5.0
> Comment: PGP Key Server 0.9.4+patch2+JHpatch1+p20020525
< 7VJ0AJ9Mo/oqzyumFCVQvWYVvxBsjk6ewgCfZZRNf/DR6JtyetzVQIJLOjl8veiI
< RgQQEQIABgUCQnan1gAKCRBxXtagfnuKyYvkAJ9FnlqAN3VTaLqMv6riY5OZ8Q8I
< alDXAKCw60pcR6GYbkmMtF9nm1q/lxLbSgCguM9/1hlvBDk5gllldrFTqgVnDraI
> RgQQEQIABgUCQns3fwAKCRBBKx4xgXqZalDXAKCw60pcR6GYbkmMtF9nm1q/lxLb
> SgCguM9/1hlvBDk5gllldrFTqgVnDraIRgQQEQIABgUCQnan1gAKCRBxXtagfnuK
> yYvkAJ9FnlqAN3VTaLqMv6riY5OZ8Q8IqACfQdLinAPJsjAVtcg1UWUC7owKlm+I
< nACeN9G21iPzqOi3Ewmf3woQcwf4wTS5Ag0EQmvPMxAIAOr1j+gORprF8BnY2/yJ
> wgCfZZRNf/DR6JtyetzVQIJLOjl8vei5Ag0EQmvPMxAIAOr1j+gORprF8BnY2/yJ
< =Ncml
> =gM3z

Keys seem partially different.

I'm not a GPG expert but I think problem is related to key.


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