On Sun, 2007-07-15 at 01:42 +0600, Mustafa Qasim wrote: > of course keys are properly created check out the output > #gpg --list-keys > #/root/.gnupg/pubring.gpg > ------------------------ > pub 1024D/E35924AA 2007-07-14 Mustafa Qasim (Mustafa Fedora Project Member) <[email protected]> > sub 1024g/A5154F46 2007-07-14 [expires: 2008-07-13] Are you, now, able to export a key? At this stage, just do it to the local console display. The networking problem is another issue. You should be able to see your public key (a page or so of seemingly random characters) with any of the following command lines: gpg --export --armor E35924AA gpg --export --armor Mustafa gpg --export --armor [email protected] (The first one using the unique id code for that particular key. The second one just using a name to find the key to export - if several keys use that name, they may all be exported. The third finding the key by the e-mail address - again, if you had several keys using it, they may all be exported. The first option should be the most predictable, but you have to know the ID that you want.) If none of them works, you've got to go back and sort out your GPG issues. Once you've got key exporting working, then progress onto trying to send the key to a keyserver. Either directly exporting it using a gpg command line, or exporting the public key as a text file and sending that text file to a keyserver. If sending through a proxy is your problem, using one of the non-HTTP servers might be the answer (e-mail, LDAP or hkp - look in the gpg.conf file for some examples). -- [[email protected] ~]$ rm -rfd /*^H^H^H^H^H^H^H^H^H^Huname -ipr 2.6.21-1.3228.fc7 i686 i386 Using FC 4, 5, 6 & 7, plus CentOS 5. Today, it's FC7. Don't send private replies to my address, the mailbox is ignored. I read messages from the public lists.