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Bug #55943 pgp key links to dead server
Submitted: 2003-12-28 15:55 UTC Modified: 2003-12-29 05:24 UTC
From: danielc at analysisandsolutions dot com Assigned: mj (profile)
Status: Closed Package: PECL website (PECL)
PHP Version: Irrelevant OS: Irrelevant
Private report: No CVE-ID: None
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 [2003-12-28 15:55 UTC] danielc at analysisandsolutions dot com
The PGP Key link on the PEAR user page -- for example -- goes to  But that server hasn't been responding for the past few days, pearhaps longer.

Might want to change it to





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 [2003-12-28 16:09 UTC]
This bug has been fixed in CVS.

In case this was a documentation problem, the fix will show up at the
end of next Sunday (CET) on

In case this was a website problem, the change will show
up on the website in short time.
Thank you for the report, and for helping us make PEAR better.

 [2003-12-29 00:21 UTC] danielc at analysisandsolutions dot com
When making the change, it seems you overlooked the "0x" prefixing the key ID in the "search" attribute.  Without it, the search fails.
 [2003-12-29 00:41 UTC] danielc at analysisandsolutions dot com
Re the "0x"...

mj, I see in your profile you put your key id as "0x331AAC30."  In my profile I put "8FFE1FFC."  Seems some standardization is needed.

I feel the data stored in the profile itself should not contain a 0x prefix because the IDs produced by say "gpg --fingerprint" don't include the "0x."

* Put the "0x" in the link on account-info.php
* UPDATE table SET pgpkeyid=right(pgpkeyid, 8) WHERE pgpkeyid like '0x%';
* In account-edit.php, do something like preg_replace('/^0x([A-F0-9]+)$/', \\1, $pgpkeyid)

Or, of course, do the opposite. :)
 [2003-12-29 05:24 UTC]
Good catch!

I finally fixed the script in the way you suggested and updated the database table correspondingly.
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