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Re: gpg ne s'arrête plus

   From: HEHO <he.ho@laposte.net>

   je google un peu et je trouve qu'il faut faire :

   apt-get install debian-keyring


... Tu aurais dû lire la doc :)

Voici ce qu'on peut y lire:

Using the debian-keyring with gpg

Add these lines to the bottom of your ~/.gnupg/gpg.conf[1] file:

keyring /usr/share/keyrings/debian-keyring.gpg
keyring /usr/share/keyrings/debian-keyring.pgp

NOTE: The RSA patent expired in September, 2000, and so GPG (as of version
      1.0.3) has built-in support for RSA keys.  If you are using an older
      version of GPG, please upgrade to the current version in order to
      able to use debian-keyring.pgp.

GPG cannot modify keys in these root-owned files.  In order to edit or
sign keys in the Debian keyring you will first need to import them to
your personal keyring.  If ~/.gnupg/gpg.conf lists the debian-keyring
files, keys already in the Debian keyring will not be imported to your
personal keyring.  You can use "gpg --no-options --import" to force
GPG to ignore gpg.conf and import keys to your personal keyring only.

It also possible to use public keyservers on the net directly.  This
requires that you have a working internet connection.
Add a line to your ~/.gnupg/gpg.conf[1] file such as:

keyserver subkeys.pgp.net


keyserver keyring.debian.org


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