add-apt-key 1.0-0.5 source package in Ubuntu
add-apt-key (1.0-0.5) feisty; urgency=low * Changed release to feisty (closed changelog too early last time :) * Added upstream author to copyright (copyright-files/PKG_PREAMBLE) * Reformatted GPL reference (copyright-files/GPL_LICENSE) add-apt-key (1.0-0.4) feisty; urgency=low * Added example generated debian/copyright file add-apt-key (1.0-0.3) feisty; urgency=low * Changed to creating add-apt-key-1.0 as an "upstream" package * Moved README comments to README.Debian * added mkcopy.sh script for creating copyright file * updated upstream location add-apt-key (1.0-0.2) feisty; urgency=low * Added LICENSE file for this native package * Added AUTHORS file * Added author to debian/copyright * Rewriting control has been removed * Comment in README about the rationale for /etc/default/add-apt-key * Added the --keyserver option * Updated the manpage source (now as docbook) * Changed rules to generate the man page as part of the build add-apt-key (1.0-0.1) feisty; urgency=low * Initial Release -- Tom Marble <email address hidden> Thu, 15 Feb 2007 17:29:41 -0600
Binary packages built by this source
- add-apt-key: Command line tool to add GPG keys to the APT keyring
The command add-apt-key provides a convenient command line interface
which will add a new GPG key to your APT keyring.
Those who are more graphically inclined may prefer the package