Re: signing packages from a different machine
On Wed Aug 22, 2007 at 10:46:38 -0400, Kamaraju S Kusumanchi wrote:
> I have access to two machines - say machine A, machine B. On machine A
> when I build a package, I can automatically sign the package as needed.
> However now I am sitting at a friends machine (machine B) and built a
> package using pdebuild. But I am not sure how to sign this package. The
> errors from pdebuild are
> pbuilder-time-stamp: 1187760442
> signfile /home/raju/pbuilder/result/texmacs_126.96.36.199-2.dsc Kamaraju
> Kusumanchi <email@example.com>
> gpg: skipped "Kamaraju Kusumanchi <firstname.lastname@example.org>": secret key not
> gpg: [stdin]: clearsign failed: secret key not available
> debsign: gpg error occurred! Aborting....
> What should I do? Should I copy the secret key from machine A to machine B?
> or should I copy the .dsc, .changes files from machine B to machine A and
> sign there? I looked in maint-guide, developers-reference, debian-reference
> but could not find any suggestions there.
debsign -k<yourKeyId> -ruser@hostname:/path/to/changes/file.changes
[root@debian /root]# man real-life
No manual entry for real-life