Apt-move and pgp signing
I read with interest about dfsbuild and would like to try it, but it
wants a Packages.pgp file from my local mirror. Setting apt-move and
gpg up for this is proving to be difficult.
short:~# gpg -K
sec 1024D/C633A12A 2005-09-24
uid James Vahn <email@example.com>
ssb 1024g/14633FD3 2005-09-24
In /etc/apt-move.conf is this line:
# Set this to key name to be used for signing Release files.
What is it wanting me to put there? What does "key name" refer to?
This is the command that apt-move uses:
[ -z "$SIGNINGKEY" ] || gpg --detach-sign -ao Release.gpg
--default-key "$SIGNINGKEY" --batch --yes --sign Release
This is from the apt-move manpage:
If this is set to non-empty string, then packages will sign gen-
erated Release files with specified signing key. You must
install gnupg before enabling this option. With current apt you
should list compression none in PKGCOMP directive, otherwise apt
will complain about missing files.
And this from the gpg manpage:
Use name as the default key to sign with. If this option is
not used, the default key is the first key found in the
secret keyring. Note that -u or --local-user overrides this
I can't make sense of it, all clues appreciated. thanks!