Author Topic: Bad PGP Signature for Litecoin 10.4 Linux Binaries  (Read 688 times)

Offline The00Dustin

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Bad PGP Signature for Litecoin 10.4 Linux Binaries
« on: January 15, 2016, 03:46:37 PM »
I am getting "invalid armor header" from gpg2 when I try to verify litecoin-0.10.4.0-linux-signatures.asc in both Linux and Windows environments.  litecoin-0.10.4.0-win-signatures.asc verifies fine.

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Re: Bad PGP Signature for Litecoin 10.4 Linux Binaries
« Reply #1 on: January 17, 2016, 05:11:20 PM »
I'm quoting thrasher here:

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The litecoin-0.10.4.0-linux-signatures.asc file contains sha256 hashes of all the Linux tarballs, however if you're after the individual .asc file for a particular tarball you can find them here:
https://download.litecoin.org/litecoin-0.10.4.0/linux/

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Re: Bad PGP Signature for Litecoin 10.4 Linux Binaries
« Reply #2 on: January 18, 2016, 10:51:01 AM »
The litecoin-0.10.4.0-win-signatures.asc file verifies multiple SHA256 signatures within, and I get validation on it even though I don't have all of those files.  Assuming the litecoin-0.10.4.0-linux-signatures.asc file should behave the same, the GPG signature for the SHA256 signatures in that file is bad (or was bad as of my OP, haven't re-downloaded / re-tested).  That having been said, thank you for the quote, as that gives me an alternative signature to try regardless of whether or not the issue I posted about is resolved for this version.