Jeffrey Ollie escreveu:
Doing as told in the page we get:2008/9/6 Todd Zullinger <tmz pobox com>:Matej Cepl wrote:On 2008-09-06, 16:23 GMT, Todd Zullinger wrote:The fingerprints can be verified at: https://fedoraproject.org/keysExcept that the webpage mentions email fedora redhat com whereas the real key is signed for fedora fedoraproject orgIt only uses that address in the example, which uses the old key in /etc/pki/rpm-gpg/RPM-GPG-KEY-fedora and in the "Obsolete Keys" section when giving details for the old key. And that address is correct for the old key. The information there for RPM-GPG-KEY-fedora-8-and-9-primary and RPM-GPG-KEY-fedora-test-8-and-9-primary should be correct. If it does not match what is in the updated files in fedora-release, please yell loudly. :)What would be even better is if the new GPG keys would be able to be verified through the GPG web of trust. I'm not sure how much time is left in Fudcon Brno, but maybe the folks over there could arrange an impromptu keysigning to expand the GPG web of trust among Fedorans.
[root terra rpm-gpg]# rpm --import PUBKEY
erro: PUBKEY: leitura de importação falhou (-1).
[root terra rpm-gpg]#
error: PUBKEY: import reading failed (-1).
Description: OpenPGP digital signature