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  • ...ith a different CA - by default the bootstrap script generates a new CA to sign the keys.
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  • == Migrating to a Single Sign On infrastructure ==
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  • ...s on the server which add's packages to the repository. However we want to sign our db's, iso's and other artefacts automatically so some compromises have gpg --detach-sign --use-agent --no-armor
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  • # When ever you meet with another dev, sign each others' keys. # Take this seriously: never sign a key when you cannot verify the other person's identity.
    3 KB (414 words) - 07:10, 28 May 2021
  • * sign up to rsync.net finally and get offsite backups working
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  • ...l compilation, the kernel build tools create a private/public key pair and sign every in-tree module (using the private key). The public key is saved in th ...e as outlined in [[Kernel/Arch Build System]]. We will modify the build to sign the standard in-tree kernel modules and to provide the prerequisites for si
    10 KB (1,579 words) - 20:11, 8 May 2022
  • ...rsa}}, initialize a new PKI and generate a CA keypair that will be used to sign certificates: == Sign the certificates and pass them back to the server and clients ==
    12 KB (1,846 words) - 13:42, 9 March 2022
  • For that to work, we will use GnuPG as the tool to sign, verify and manage the group of keys that are trusted. ...ncept of Web of Trust was introduced. If I trust enough in a friend, I can sign his key in my keyring and tell to gpg that I also trust in the keys that he
    13 KB (2,379 words) - 12:15, 3 July 2021
  • ...y to the modem. Fibocom "supports" Linux but only in USB mode. There is no sign of driver beeing developt. For newer generations (L860 ?) Lenovo is develo
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  • --sign-key "$sign_key" \ gpg -u <signing key> --detach-sign test-gpg.txt
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  • This server hosts Keycloak, a single sign on server Arch Linux uses to easily onboard new users to new groups and pro ...{{ic|@username:archlinux.org}} as the username and Element should offer to sign into our homeserver.
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  • .... Apart from online authentication many eICs also give users the option to sign electronic documents with a digital signature. ...using {{ic|/usr/lib/libaetpkss.so}} and name it {{Ic|ICP-Brasil A3 - Safe Sign Identity Client}}.
    9 KB (1,263 words) - 12:08, 3 March 2022
  • [[pacman/Package signing#Adding unofficial keys|Sign]] graysky's key: Users must import and sign graysky's gpg key. Instructions along with his key ID are located at [http:
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  • === Use devtools to sign, upload and commit === When you are ready to proceed, you can run the devtools scripts to sign, upload and commit your work (i.e. {{ic|communitypkg}} for [[Official_repos
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  • | Sign off Arch Linux test packages
    4 KB (513 words) - 12:45, 16 May 2022
  • ...to sign the Developer's and Trusted User's own keys. They are then used to sign their packages. Each user also has a unique PGP key, which is generated whe ...'': Packages made and signed by a developer. Then, a local key was used to sign the developer's key.
    16 KB (2,387 words) - 12:38, 30 April 2022
  • ...th ''CrossOver > Run a Windows Command > Debug Options'' and click the "+" sign to expand the options. Click the "Create log file" checkbox. Enter the comm
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  • *Packages are signed using {{Ic|makepkg --sign}}. This creates a detached binary signature (.sig). ...the repository database will be generated, using {{Ic|repo-add --verify --sign}}. The command line options indicate that the signature of the old database
    8 KB (1,279 words) - 01:32, 5 December 2021
  • --sign-key "$sign_key" \ gpg -u <signing key> --detach-sign test-gpg.txt
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  • Alternatively, you have to manually sign the UEFI executable used to perform upgrades, which is located in {{ic|/usr To automatically sign this file when installed or upgraded, a [[Pacman hook]] can be used:
    8 KB (1,299 words) - 17:47, 31 December 2021

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