GPG-1.4.1 can't access keyserver? Help! - PGP

This is a discussion on GPG-1.4.1 can't access keyserver? Help! - PGP ; I'm using (just installed) GPG-1.4.1 on Linux Fedora Core 3 with SELinux enabled (policy-targeted). GPG seems to work OK, the system seems to work OK - but whenever I try to access any of the keyservers via GPG (upload a ...

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  1. GPG-1.4.1 can't access keyserver? Help!

    I'm using (just installed) GPG-1.4.1 on Linux Fedora Core 3 with SELinux
    enabled (policy-targeted). GPG seems to work OK, the system seems to
    work OK - but whenever I try to access any of the keyservers via GPG
    (upload a key or import a key), it time-outs. Is it a firewall issue? If
    so, what port(s) do I need to open? Or do I miss something in the
    config...?

    Help please! Thank you!

    gpg: refreshing 1 key from hkp://keyserver.pgp.com
    gpg: requesting key XXXXXXXX from hkp server keyserver.pgp.com
    gpg: keyserver timed out
    gpg: keyserver refresh failed: keyserver error

  2. Re: GPG-1.4.1 can't access keyserver? Help!

    On Tue, 24 May 2005 19:07:09 -0400 in ,
    Mouse said something similar to:
    : gpg: refreshing 1 key from hkp://keyserver.pgp.com

    keyserver.pgp.com is not an HKP keyserver, it is an LDAP keyserver.


  3. Re: GPG-1.4.1 can't access keyserver? Help!

    -----BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE-----
    Hash: SHA1

    Mouse writes:

    >gpg: refreshing 1 key from hkp://keyserver.pgp.com


    That keyserver does not exist.

    You can try

    ldap://keyserver.pgp.com
    hkp://pgpkeys.mit.edu
    hkp://subkeys.pgp.net

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    iD8DBQFCk8Q9vmGe70vHPUMRAt50AKDQoFxMDgZh4l3xTq2UDO 6HbJLRqgCg5el8
    WBc96qQV1DVFDUDwyejD3oA=
    =5PjF
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  4. Re: GPG-1.4.1 can't access keyserver? Help!

    Neil W Rickert wrote:

    >-----BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE-----
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    >Mouse writes:
    >
    >
    >
    >>gpg: refreshing 1 key from hkp://keyserver.pgp.com
    >>
    >>

    >
    >That keyserver does not exist.
    >
    >You can try
    >
    > ldap://keyserver.pgp.com
    > hkp://pgpkeys.mit.edu
    > hkp://subkeys.pgp.net
    >
    >


    *Thank you! Tried _ldap://keyserver.pgp.com_ and it worked great!*

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