Missing PGP keys? (revisited)
khali at linux-fr.org
Tue Jun 29 12:11:47 CEST 2004
> I'm glad the problem could be
>reproduced, and that you no longer see it.
>Unfortunately, I see no change at this end...
>(I've forced re-loading of everything
>which seems relevant, and it makes no
I confirm that I do see the keys now on the same system I got empty pages
yesterday, so the server-side problem is solved.
> All links to PGP keys from the page
> lead to apparently empty pages.
>I'm suffering from Someone Else's network
>connexion right now.
>With a proper system I could see more
>clearly what's going on. It's possible
>that "Save as..." on IE5 is rejecting
>an empty file merely because it's
>empty, which sound like Microsoft all
>over. (Did you know that WinCE/
>PocketPC won't sent empty network
Here are a few things you might want to experience:
1* Empty IE's cache, restart IE and retry. You should not believe IE whn
it pretends it reloaded a page.
2* Edit the files associations. I think I remember that IE uses
extensions instead of MIME types (or maybe some random mix of both). The
files have extension .asc and are of type text/plain. I doubt that any
special treatment is done on text/plain files, but .asc files may be
associated with some special treatment.
3* Install Firefox.
Whoever owns the machine you are using, he/she will have to thank you for
the dozens viruses, worms, spywares etc... that will not break his/her
computer down thanks to you.
4* Use some file downloader such as getright.
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