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Re: Apt-move and pgp signing

On Sat, 24 Sep 2005, debian@lamie.net wrote:

Have you installed GnuPG package?

Sure, but apparently have something skewed. I don't know what a
"key name" means. A name, number, id, ..what? It's not very clear.

>         short:~# gpg -K
>         /root/.gnupg/secring.gpg
>         ------------------------
>         sec   1024D/C633A12A 2005-09-24
>         uid                  James Vahn <root@short.circuit.com>
>         ssb   1024g/14633FD3 2005-09-24

Do you see a "key name" for apt-move in there?

        # Set this to key name to be used for signing Release files.

An example would be helpful.. Here are the error messages:

~# apt-move packages
Creating Release files...
Building: pool Release
gpg: can't query passphrase in batch mode
gpg: no default secret key: bad passphrase
gpg: signing failed: bad passphrase
Unknown error: dopackages: 2.

~#  dfsbuild -c /etc/dfsbuild/dfs.cfg -w /root/tmp/
D: Execute "wget -q -O /root/tmp/target/var/cache/bootstrap/Release.gpg
D: Return code: 256
E: Couldn't download Release.gpg!
Fatal error: exception Shell.Subprocess_error(_, 0)

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