Release security

All these packages are signed with a gpg key. The key ID (4219112DFBEFB8A2) corresponds to the hosting system. This key is used only for this purpose.

if apt-get update gives you warning about an unverified key such as NO_PUBKEY 4219112DFBEFB8A2, you can get it with (for example):

wget -O -|sudo apt-key add -
# or by downloading from a PGP key server
gpg --keyserver --recv-key 4219112DFBEFB8A2
gpg --export --armor 4219112DFBEFB8A2 | sudo apt-key add -

Note that you should really read the documentation about apt-key and gpg if you are concerned (and you should) by security and you do not understand what you do with the three lines above.

You should also install the jcdubacq-archive-keyring package from this repository, but you will run into the chicken-and-egg problem if you skip the above indications. This package will install a separate keyring in /etc/apt/trusted.gpg.d/ and remove the key from your main keyring.

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New keyring 2013-03-05 12:02:43

A new version of the keyring is in the archive. The key is now stored in a separate keyring. The repository uses the same keys as before.

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Jean-Christophe Dubacq is a Debian user and system administrator since 1998.

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