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Re: What to do when keys don't match



On Sat, Sep 29, 2001 at 09:03:57AM +1000, Craig Small wrote:
> OK, Applicant has key signed by some key
> 
> sig!       CEDBBB50 2001-08-31  Paolo Didonè (dido) <dido@prosa.it>
> 
> db.debian.org says:
> 
> pub  2048R/175472C5 1998-10-29 Paolo Didone` <dido@prosa.it>
>      Key fingerprint = E3 A5 DE 9D 6D 64 A4 70  DA EC 64 74 46 5E C8 2E
> sig!       62479A09 1999-03-04  Davide Barbieri <paci@pluto.linux.it>
> sig!       175472C5 1998-10-29  Paolo Didone` <dido@prosa.it>
> 
> CEDBBB50 != 175472C5
> 
> I got a provisional fail on the ID check.  I'm not failing the applicant
> as I suspect Paolo just needs some key housekeeping.
> 
> Other than Paolo fixing keyserver up (an auric is deadish) what ELSE can
> I accept to make ID check passed?

ask dido@prosa.it with privat, encrypted mail. Maybe he can upload
this second mail.

Gruss
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