Changing expiry of the amprolla3 key
NOTE: The amprolla3 singing keys are located at amprolla, owned by ~amprolla, and held in the pgp "homedir" ~/amprolla/gnupg
Log on to amprolla as ~amprolla, and cd to ~/amprolla. Create a new key or change the expiry of an existing primary key and of the subkey:
$ gpg --homedir gnupg/ --edit-key BB23C00C61FC752C gpg> key 0 gpg> expire ... 1y gpg> key 1 gpg> expire ... 1y gpg> save $ gpg --homedir gnupg/ -a --export BB23C00C61FC752C > x.gpg
Now x.pgp is the public key that should be imported into the devuan-keyring package.
Clone this devuan-keyring project. The keyrings are generated from the public
keys with extension
.gpg in the subdirectories below
individuals -> devuan-keyring.gpg
archive -> devuan-archive-keyring.gpg
removed -> devuan-removed-keys.gpg
Place the new key (OpenPGP binary format) in a file into the relevant
directory. Obsolete keys can be moved to
removed rather than deleted.
Note that public keys in the
archive folder are included in both
dpkg(1) treats the latter as
deb-conffiles(5) which require special package handling to remove them from
end users' systems. If removal is required, in addition to removing the key from
this directory, add
rm_conffile /etc/apt/trusted.gpg.d/<filename> <version> devuan-keyring
d/devuan-keyring.maintscript as described in
Existing public keys can be refreshed from Devuan's Keyserver by running
Commit changes and update debian/changelog before building the devuan-keyring package for unstable.