[syslinux] public key for verification of Syslinux distribution

Kamen Lozev klozev at qualityit.support
Thu Jan 26 18:04:07 PST 2023

Hi Gregory,

Thank you very much for your help!

I tried to import the key from the OpenPGP server that you suggested and
gpg: key 88AE647D58F7ABFE: no user ID

I read that the OpenPGP server has an owner approval system and by default
removes all IDs.
I had checked the Ubuntu OpenPGP keyserver, keyserver.ubuntu.com, and,
after your response,
several other key servers, though I did not find the key anywhere else.

On Thu, Jan 26, 2023 at 5:15 PM Gregory Lee Bartholomew <
gregory.lee.bartholomew at gmail.com> wrote:

> It looks like the key can be retrieved from
> https://keys.openpgp.org/search?q=88AE647D58F7ABFE
> But it looks like it is expired:
> https://www.syslinux.org/archives/2017-January/025519.html
> On Thu, 2023-01-26 at 13:01 -0600, Kamen Lozev via Syslinux wrote:
> > Dear SYSLINUX Team,
> >
> > Thank you so much for a great system. I really appreciate it.
> > I downloaded the latest Syslinux distribution, available on
> www.kernel.org,
> > to a Microsoft Windows machine, and attempted to verify the distribution:
> > gpg --verify .\syslinux-6.03.zip.sign.txt .\syslinux-6.03.zip
> > gpg: Signature made 10/6/2014 11:32:37 AM Central Daylight Time
> > gpg:                using RSA key 88AE647D58F7ABFE
> > gpg: Can't check signature: No public key
> >
> > I do not see the public key on the Syslinux web site, the Linux kernel's
> > PGP Git, or in Google search results. Sorry, if I missed it. Could you
> > please suggest a good way to retrieve the above public key? Is there an
> > interface for searching the archives of this mailing list?
> >

Best regards,
Kamen Lozev
Quality IT Support LLC

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