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Debian GNU/Linux Reference Guide
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La guida Debian
Capitolo 14 - GnuPG


Riferimenti:

  • gpg(1).

  • /usr/share/doc/gnupg/README.gz

  • GNU privacy handbook in /usr/share/doc/gnupg-doc/GNU_Privacy_Handbook/ (installate il pacchetto gnupg-doc)


14.1 Installazione di GnuPG

     # gpg --gen-key                         # genera una nuova chiave
     # gpg --gen-revoke mio_user_ID          # genera una chiave di revoca 
     per mio_user_ID
     # host -l pgp.net | grep www|less       # cerca i pgp keyserver

Un buon keyserver predefinito impostato in $HOME/.gnupg/gpg.conf (o la vechia locazione $HOME/.gnupg/options contiene:

     keyserver hkp://subkeys.pgpg.net

Bisogna fare attenzione a non creare pi� di due sottochiavi, altrimenti i keyservers su pgp.net corromperanno la vostra chiave. Usate il gnupg pi� recente (>1.2.1-2) per maneggiare queste sottochiavi corrotte. Vedere https://fortytwo.ch/gpg/subkeys.


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