Debian keyring for personal packages
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README for the lodlabs-keyring package ====================================== Introduction ------------ The Debian project signs its Release files that are stored on the Debian ftp-server and its mirrors with the keys contained in the debian-archive-keyring package. This is a clone of debian-archive-keyring which allows me to sign my own packages for distribution on my own private package server. The project is provided at https://github.com/lod/lodlabs-keyring to assist others following the same path. Some details of how I usurped the original package are at http://david.tulloh.id.au/packaging-an-automated-login/ A quick overview about this package: * Each actively used key is placed in /etc/apt/trusted.gpg.d/ to be used by "apt" and its apt-key command in versions 0.6 and later. The signatures of acquired Release files is checked against this key database. It hence contains all keys of still releases that are still supported and need to be active. * /usr/share/keyrings/lodlabs-keyring.gpg: A keyring including all actively used keys to sign Release files in our supported releases is shipped in /usr/share/keyrings. * /usr/share/keyrings/lodlabs-removed-keys.gpg: A keyring including all keys used by previous releases, which are no longer supported. These keys are no longer used to sign Release files. More information about the archive authentication feature can be found in the manpage apt-secure(8).