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* Another method to verify the authenticity of the signature is to ensure that the public key's fingerprint is identical to the key fingerprint of the [https://www.archlinux.org/people/developers/ Arch Linux developer] who signed the ISO-file. See [[Wikipedia:Public-key cryptography]] for more information on the public-key process to authenticate keys.</div>
 
* Another method to verify the authenticity of the signature is to ensure that the public key's fingerprint is identical to the key fingerprint of the [https://www.archlinux.org/people/developers/ Arch Linux developer] who signed the ISO-file. See [[Wikipedia:Public-key cryptography]] for more information on the public-key process to authenticate keys.</div>
 
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{{Tip|This tip is here for comparison.}}
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:+1, I think Tip could also be a tad lighter:
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<div class="archwiki-template-box" style="background-color:#ebfeee; border-color: #bed8be;"><strong>Tip:</strong>  This tip has background-color: #ebfeee; border-color: #bed8be;</div>
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--[[User:Larivact|Larivact]] ([[User talk:Larivact|talk]]) 16:12, 27 September 2018 (UTC)
  
 
== Somewhat lighter e8e8ff ==
 
== Somewhat lighter e8e8ff ==

Revision as of 16:12, 27 September 2018

Comment: Draft started from Help talk:Template#Template:Important

Yellow ffffbb

Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetur adipiscing elit. Proin egestas, magna non sollicitudin commodo, sapien elit semper sapien, adipiscing consectetur nisi ipsum ut elit. Sed ac neque ut nulla tempor porttitor. Mauris interdum. Cras feugiat sodales nibh. Proin neque turpis.

Warning: This warning is here for comparison.
Note:
  • The signature itself could be manipulated if it is downloaded from a mirror site, instead of from archlinux.org as above. In this case, ensure that the public key, which is used to decode the signature, is signed by another, trustworthy key. The gpg command will output the fingerprint of the public key.
  • Another method to verify the authenticity of the signature is to ensure that the public key's fingerprint is identical to the key fingerprint of the Arch Linux developer who signed the ISO-file. See Wikipedia:Public-key cryptography for more information on the public-key process to authenticate keys.
Tip: This tip is here for comparison.

Lighter eeeeff

Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetur adipiscing elit. Proin egestas, magna non sollicitudin commodo, sapien elit semper sapien, adipiscing consectetur nisi ipsum ut elit. Sed ac neque ut nulla tempor porttitor. Mauris interdum. Cras feugiat sodales nibh. Proin neque turpis.

Warning: This warning is here for comparison.
Note:
  • The signature itself could be manipulated if it is downloaded from a mirror site, instead of from archlinux.org as above. In this case, ensure that the public key, which is used to decode the signature, is signed by another, trustworthy key. The gpg command will output the fingerprint of the public key.
  • Another method to verify the authenticity of the signature is to ensure that the public key's fingerprint is identical to the key fingerprint of the Arch Linux developer who signed the ISO-file. See Wikipedia:Public-key cryptography for more information on the public-key process to authenticate keys.
Tip: This tip is here for comparison.
+1, I think Tip could also be a tad lighter:
Tip: This tip has background-color: #ebfeee; border-color: #bed8be;

--Larivact (talk) 16:12, 27 September 2018 (UTC)

Somewhat lighter e8e8ff

Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetur adipiscing elit. Proin egestas, magna non sollicitudin commodo, sapien elit semper sapien, adipiscing consectetur nisi ipsum ut elit. Sed ac neque ut nulla tempor porttitor. Mauris interdum. Cras feugiat sodales nibh. Proin neque turpis.

Warning: This warning is here for comparison.
Note:
  • The signature itself could be manipulated if it is downloaded from a mirror site, instead of from archlinux.org as above. In this case, ensure that the public key, which is used to decode the signature, is signed by another, trustworthy key. The gpg command will output the fingerprint of the public key.
  • Another method to verify the authenticity of the signature is to ensure that the public key's fingerprint is identical to the key fingerprint of the Arch Linux developer who signed the ISO-file. See Wikipedia:Public-key cryptography for more information on the public-key process to authenticate keys.
Tip: This tip is here for comparison.

Slightly lighter e0e0ff

Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetur adipiscing elit. Proin egestas, magna non sollicitudin commodo, sapien elit semper sapien, adipiscing consectetur nisi ipsum ut elit. Sed ac neque ut nulla tempor porttitor. Mauris interdum. Cras feugiat sodales nibh. Proin neque turpis.

Warning: This warning is here for comparison.
Note:
  • The signature itself could be manipulated if it is downloaded from a mirror site, instead of from archlinux.org as above. In this case, ensure that the public key, which is used to decode the signature, is signed by another, trustworthy key. The gpg command will output the fingerprint of the public key.
  • Another method to verify the authenticity of the signature is to ensure that the public key's fingerprint is identical to the key fingerprint of the Arch Linux developer who signed the ISO-file. See Wikipedia:Public-key cryptography for more information on the public-key process to authenticate keys.
Tip: This tip is here for comparison.

Current ddddff

Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetur adipiscing elit. Proin egestas, magna non sollicitudin commodo, sapien elit semper sapien, adipiscing consectetur nisi ipsum ut elit. Sed ac neque ut nulla tempor porttitor. Mauris interdum. Cras feugiat sodales nibh. Proin neque turpis.

Warning: This warning is here for comparison.
Note:
  • The signature itself could be manipulated if it is downloaded from a mirror site, instead of from archlinux.org as above. In this case, ensure that the public key, which is used to decode the signature, is signed by another, trustworthy key. The gpg command will output the fingerprint of the public key.
  • Another method to verify the authenticity of the signature is to ensure that the public key's fingerprint is identical to the key fingerprint of the Arch Linux developer who signed the ISO-file. See Wikipedia:Public-key cryptography for more information on the public-key process to authenticate keys.
Tip: This tip is here for comparison.