Power off on shutdown -h

Josef Karthauser joe at tao.org.uk
Mon Feb 25 09:44:44 GMT 2002

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On Sun, Feb 24, 2002 at 09:32:41AM +0000, Robin Melville wrote:
> At 1:39 am +0000 24/2/02, Josef Karthauser wrote:
> >Attachment converted: Safe Disk:Re- Power off on shutdown -h 1=20
> >(MiME/CSOm) (00001025)
> >
> >*** PGP Signature Status: not verified (signing key missing)
> >*** Signer: 0xE6B15016
> >*** Signed: N/A at N/A
> >*** Verified: 24/2/02 at 9:29 am
> >
> >On Sat, Feb 23, 2002 at 10:40:53AM +0000, Robin Melville wrote:
> >>
> >> Incidentally Joe, this PGP thing you do drives me nuts. I have to
> >> reconnect to the internet to read your messages. Mostly I don't
> >> bother.

If you configure your pgp software to query the key servers (I use
pgp.mit.edu), you should be able to get it to automatically add public
keys to your personal keyring and then it won't have to go on-line

> >Why do you have to reconnect to read my messages?  I assume because you
> >are running pgp software too and it wants to go online to verify my
> >signature.  You should be able to switch that off in your software.

> Sure, but then what's the point of sending mime/pgp rather than just=20
> bunging the sig at the end of the message for people to use if=20
> they're not sure it was really you that said whatever. :*)

I'm not sure what you're meaning here.


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