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Who knows where the gpg key for repository (for debian lamp packages) can be found?

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up vote 3 down vote accepted

The Dotdeb repositories just (July 11th, 2010) got GPG-signed:

After many requests from several users and after many months of promise, the Dotdeb repositories are GPG-signed. Yes, you can now get rid of the annoying “WARNING: The following packages cannot be authenticated!” message!

Waiting for a dotdeb-keyring package, you just have to get the appropriate file by hand and add it to your trusted keys’ keyring :

gpg --keyserver --recv-key 89DF5277
gpg -a --export 89DF5277 | sudo apt-key add -

I hope you’ll enjoy it.

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Accord to this: the packages in that repo are not GPG signed so there is no key. Considering that comment is 6 months old now I could be wrong but I can't find anything to the contrary.

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