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I am having an error trying to install Percona Server via APT.

First they say you have to add their key, and this is where I get stuck.

I am issuing this command and get errors, anyone can help?

gpg --keyserver hkp://keys.gnupg.net --recv-keys 1C4CBDCDCD2EFD2A                                                                                                                          ~
gpg: requesting key CD2EFD2A from hkp server keys.gnupg.net
gpgkeys: key 1C4CBDCDCD2EFD2A not found on keyserver
gpg: no valid OpenPGP data found.
gpg: Total number processed: 0
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Still not working (28/3/2011 1:00am gmt+0) –  Luis Lobo Borobia Mar 28 '11 at 0:55
    
What errors are you getting? –  jzd Mar 28 '11 at 12:17
    
It's right there: gpgkeys: key 1C4CBDCDCD2EFD2A not found on keyserver –  Luis Lobo Borobia Apr 1 '11 at 15:11
    
Still not working (1/4/2011 3:00pm gmt+0) – –  Luis Lobo Borobia Apr 1 '11 at 15:12
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I encountered the same problem, then found this page through Google. Fortunately we still had the key available locally on another server. Save the following to a text file percona.key and import it with cat percona.key | sudo apt-key add -.

-----BEGIN PGP PUBLIC KEY BLOCK-----
Version: GnuPG v1.4.11 (GNU/Linux)
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chAExMTgbnoPx1ka1Vqbe6iza+FnJq3f4p9luGbZdSParGdlKhGqvVUJ3FLeLTqt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=AD5m
-----END PGP PUBLIC KEY BLOCK-----

Hope this helps someone!

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Great solution. Eventually, the uri worked, but this is definitely a great one when that uri is not available –  Luis Lobo Borobia Jan 11 '12 at 15:39
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