Synchronizing OpenPGP Key Server
SKS is an OpenPGP key server that correctly handles all OpenPGP features
defined in RFC2440 and RFC2440bis, including photoID packages and multiple
This key server implementation uses an efficient and reliable reconciliation
algorithm to keep the database in sync with other SKS servers. Additionally
it can both send and receive PKS style sync emails.
Some hints to setup your keyserver:
If you install a new keyserver you might need a fresh keydump to start
with. At the time of this writing you could get one from
If you don't find one feel free to ask on the SKS mailing list.
You can retrieve one use commands similar to the following lines:
wget -q -r -np -nd -A asc h
sks (1.1.1+dpkgv3-1) unstable; urgency=high
*** NOTE ***
sks now uses a different BerkelyDB version.
You need to upgrade your database prior to starting sks.
Please read README.Debian for instructions
-- Christoph Martin <firstname.lastname@example.org> Wed, 25 Aug 2010 17:55:07 +0200
sks(8) SKS OpenPGP Key server sks(8)
SKS - Synchronizing Key Server
sks [options] -debug
SKS is a OpenPGP keyserver whose goal is to provide easy to
deploy, decentralized, and highly reliable synchronization.
That means that a key submitted to one SKS server will
quickly be distributed to all k
sks (1.1.1+dpkgv3-6+squeeze1) squeeze-proposed-updates; urgency=low
* SKS recon should emit stand
commit mail test
- Not done
* Top priority
. Partially done
The SKS OpenPGP Key Server for Debian
Upstream author: Yaron M. Minsky <email@example.com.
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