[guardian-dev] Using an specific keyserver with GnuPg for Android

Hans-Christoph Steiner hans at guardianproject.info
Fri Nov 7 05:40:16 EST 2014

You can set the keyserver in the Android settings, but that won't apply to the
command line tools, only the "Find Keys" tab in the app itself.

I've never tried anything using LDAP, it might not work.  I believe that
OpenLDAP is still included in the app.


Davi wrote:
> Hello
> I've tried to --search-keys from the gpg command line using the following
> methods to set an random ldap key server:
> -gpg.conf
> -app_opt/etc/openldap/ldap.conf
> -app_opt/etc/gnupg/ldapservers.conf
> -app_gnupghome/uid=0(root)/dirmngr_ldapservers.conf
> -info.guardianproject.gpg_preferences.xml
> -dirmngr --ldapserverlist-file ...
> -gpgconf --change-options ...
> and the --keyserver option
> None of which worked, my question is: is it possible to configure it to
> search keys only in a specific ldap/hkp server? Workarounds?
> if so, what's the correct way to do it?
> Thanks in advance!
> davi
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