CLA problem +
vnk at mkc.co.nz
Wed Dec 19 21:07:45 UTC 2007
Karl, if you specify -a option as well, you should end up with .asc file
1] open terminal and cd to the directory where you saved the .txt attachment
2] gpg -a --sign fedora-icla-karl.txt
3] fedora-icla-karl.txt.asc should now be in the same directory
Karl Larsen wrote:
> I have been looking at what has been happening and decided to see
> where I got my information on your web site. Below are where I found
> instructions for getting a key:
> Next I want to check out the CLA problem because it can be that this
> problem is a BUG for Fedora 8. Since most of you got this step done with
> zero trouble on earlier versions of Fedora it smells like something
> Well you ask for and get a file attached to an email that is:
> and you are instructed to write:
> If you agree to these terms and conditions, type "I agree" here: I agree
> Enter your full name here: Karl Larsen
> Signing code: 6314c512cb565e955aec16204c1fad48
> E-mail: k5di at zianet.com
> Date: 2007-12-18 17:00:49.46
> As you can see I did that. Then your supposed to sign this file with
> your GPG key using a gpg call. Here is what happened.
> At first it would error out with a complaint that a default was
> wrong. This went on for some time but then it seemed to work. It asked
> me for my password which I gave it and it made a new file that looks
> like this:
> This file is not what Fedora wants. I sent it in and it sent an error
> email back. This file is a binary file now and I have no way to read it.
> The file that is expected is fedora-icla-karl.asc but on F8 I don't
> get that.
> A question. Does anyone get the desired file on F8? This might be
> another problem.
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