I did took your advice, but same error happens again!
I did wait till xnoise files were deleted from debian ftp master, but when
It gives error to the maintainer, because his signature was associated with
the previous changes file, which I've made the known mistake, even known
dput say upload was successful.
The maintainer send me this:
---------- Weitergeleitete Nachricht ----------
Von: "Debian FTP Masters" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Datum: 08.10.2011 20:04
Betreff: Processing of xnoise_0.1.29_source.changes
GnuPG signature check failed on xnoise_0.1.29_source.changes
gpg: Signature made Sat Oct 8 17:55:02 2011 UTC using DSA key ID 260F6A05
gpg: Can't check signature: public key not found
(Exit status 2)
/xnoise_0.1.29_source.changes has bad PGP/GnuPG signature!
Removing /xnoise_0.1.29_source.changes, but keeping its associated files for now.
Your Debian queue daemon (running on host franck.debian.org)
This makes me think the problem is not really related to the maintainer signature
which described before in my story.
As you can see, it tells me it can't find the public key.
But in my account, it says:
Current GPG key: 3072D/260F6A05
And this match!
Which makes me wonder why it can't find it, and what wrong whit this changes file.
Note that I created it by:
debuild -sa -S
And about the story- it kinda like what you said, but it doesn't really matter know.
Why can't it find me?
I hope the changes file could help!
> Date: Fri, 7 Oct 2011 11:26:54 +0200
> From: email@example.com
> To: firstname.lastname@example.org
> Subject: Re: Did mistake in signaturing, and can't fix this by dcut.
> -----BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE-----
> Hash: SHA1
> Hello Tal,
> On 07.10.2011 10:08, Tal Hadad wrote:
> > The maintainer, whom the failure mail was send to, have suggest me to remove
> > the package and try again. Still 0.1.29 is there so I can't.
> > Then I've found out that I can use dcut. I've created a signed reset.commands file:
> > FTP Master queue daemon sent me this:
> >> gpg: Can't check signature: public key not found
> >> (Exit status 2)
> >> /reset.commands has bad PGP/GnuPG signature!
> I'm sorry if I can't help you appropriately but your question confused
> me a bit. I try to paraphrase what you tried, please tell me where I'm
> You are neither a Debian Developer nor a Debian Maintainer, hence a
> sponsor of you uploaded xnoise 0.1.29. For some reasons I don't quite
> understood that turned out to be the wrong package which was not
> supposed to be uploaded to Debian.
> Hence, you now decided to dcut (cancel) that upload, but the ftp-master
> refuses your signature because it didn't find your public key?
> Given I was right with my summary, you can't dcut uploads made to
> Debian. ftp-master only accepts signatures from Debian Developers (not
> sure about Debian Maintainers who try to dcut their own package with
> DMUA set). The key you uploaded to mentors.debian.net is not related
> here, that key is only used _there_ to verify your uploads, it has no
> relevance for the ftp-master.
> If you:
> a) uploaded xnoise to ftp-master yourself but you are not a Debian
> Developer or Debian Maintainer with DMUA set (don't worry if you don't
> understand, I can see the package is NEW - so it does not matter anyway)
> just wait. Your upload will automatically be removed as you can't upload
> directly to Debian anyway
> b) You seem not to have uploaded a changes file, hence ftp-master
> considers your upload incomplete. Just wait, it will remove both of your
> uploads automatically anyway
> c) had a sponsor which uploaded xnoise for you, only your sponsor can
> use dcut, or at least he needs to sign your commands file.
> - --
> with kind regards,
> Arno Töll
> IRC: daemonkeeper on Freenode/OFTC
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