Vladimir Kosovac wrote:
Mike McGrath wrote:
> Vladimir Kosovac wrote:
>>> I got the old and bad message that it didn't work. I'm about to
>>> no more.
>> I am guessing but I think you may be signing invalid (old) CLA agreement.
>> Try to obtain a fresh CLA here:
>> and then repeat the steps from my previous message.
>> Also, if you haven't yet, make sure that you are going through the
>> process in correct order [more info below]:
> Also quite possible the new key is not uplodaed to pgp.mit.edu
Actually, this is the most likely reason, since query on pgp.mit.edu
shows different public key
than the one in Karl's email messages [B6262B7E], which doesn't exist on
the key server.
WOW! I do not know how to test it guys but I made [B6262B7E] with
Seahorse and followed exactly the instructions to send it to MIT. It
looks like it didn't work.
I will start again with a new key and make dam sure it gets to MIT. This
key business is a lot of trouble for a tiny payback.
I will try and learn to check for my key on MIT.
Karl F. Larsen, AKA K5DI
PGP 7025 BB6C 7CC3 CFE7 43B2 1574 3279 EBB0 B626 2B7E