New OpenPGP/GPG keys for emails and repository signatures
Wednesday 11 February 2015 @ 6:33 pm

Yesterday I’ve created new OpenPGP/GPG keys: one for use in emails and for signing my Debian and Ubuntu package repositories, and another one for signing my RPM packages for CentOS/Fedora Core. All existing repositories and packages have been re-signed with the new keys.

Here are instructions for retrieving those keys (fingerprints are at the bottom).

For sending me encrypted emails and checking my signature you can retrieve the key with the ID 445B9007 from public key servers or download it from the webserver and import it from there.

If you use my apt repositories for Debian or Ubuntu you will have to add the new key to your apt key ring with the following command:

wget -q -O - | sudo apt-key add -

If you use my yum repositories for Fedora Core or CentOS you will have to update the repository definition. This is done by updating the RPM I offer that contains both the repository spec and the key. Run this command:

sudo rpm -Uhv

Alternatively you can download the key from public key servers or from my web server and add it to rpm with the following commands:

wget -q
sudo rpm --import gpg-pub-bunkusorg-rpm-signing.txt

Fingerprints for manual verification:

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