Bug 14327

Summary: GStreamer CVS account request
Product: gstreamer Reporter: René Stadler <mail>
Component: accountAssignee: Thomas Vander Stichele <thomas>
Status: RESOLVED FIXED QA Contact:
Severity: normal    
Priority: medium    
Version: unspecified   
Hardware: Other   
OS: All   
Whiteboard:
i915 platform: i915 features:
Attachments: GPG key
SSH key
SSH Key (DSA)

Description René Stadler 2008-02-01 04:33:36 UTC
Created attachment 14067 [details]
GPG key

Real name:
  René Stadler
Email:
  mail@renestadler.de
Preferred account name:
  cymacs
Comment 1 René Stadler 2008-02-01 04:34:02 UTC
Created attachment 14068 [details]
SSH key
Comment 2 Stefan Kost 2008-02-01 07:39:07 UTC
I support this request.
Comment 3 Thomas Vander Stichele 2008-02-24 05:54:05 UTC
ssh key needs to be dsa, not rsa
Comment 4 René Stadler 2008-02-24 10:17:09 UTC
Created attachment 14542 [details]
SSH Key (DSA)

Hmmm, http://www.freedesktop.org/wiki/AccountRequests says that RSA2 keys are OK, it needs to be updated then.
Comment 5 Thomas Vander Stichele 2008-02-25 07:13:16 UTC
done, reopen if there is a problem
Comment 6 René Stadler 2008-02-26 11:29:08 UTC
It doesn't work.  My key is not accepted and I get a password prompt instead.
Comment 7 René Stadler 2008-02-26 11:49:39 UTC
I think the gpg email admin stuff is working, I'll try setting the SSH key through this.
Comment 8 René Stadler 2008-02-26 11:53:56 UTC
A well, it's screwed too:



Your request to the mail gateway is malformed, or an internal processing
error occured. The information below may help you, or the gateway
administrator to identify the problem.

Error: Unable to check the signature or the signature was invalid:
==> Message Error: Verification of signature failed
Comment 9 Thomas Vander Stichele 2008-11-09 07:01:48 UTC
Well, I readded the ssh-rsa pubkey you attached in comment 1.

Right now your list is this:

['ssh-rsa AAAAB3NzaC1yc2EAAAABIwAAAQEAqIzUlgkdFZXlOHmu5yoKCI/w+5k1FNkIU1qe3Vyj1sPg+dQ48ubxPN7ZRrXfeTIuANjaBYtVAXaUr0ldGqQXJp1xAWcrs4KtgnmWiMu4/EKZ2KFq4BadTtFbtu9LYjX92OGRZpuknLZMapk/FuZgzr8B2gQh8rk/QKt/rSJEnuH3u8IWCM5xuHQ4PeC2qk3ztTMCZ+rBh9Be4A+2uU2ZimFJ3N4uTPkMLHzFz9aZoow5MxEmDJpyFmN2doX5cqdkNj2hUEtVCFh+F8CjP9HQ6j7RKOaDSkQ5cHrWyi/xEYT80/BOP0lRU1Y4ux9NwDMDza5y4kFNd09G05ZOYLlBSQ== cymacs@localhost', 'ssh-rsa AAAAB3NzaC1yc2EAAAABIwAAAQEAtPU6T3lJ/Crz7mesRR+dbA7nPZKUz7TIqryw4eV4H5P9nxJvv4cJfT5tElSg988XFlzbRJiVfvrtHP2Q8REyuJN7ZQgSpXXNDmkhpM9i6heh3Ly5UYxtFEIZlPPgTHYjN/IiTqTjWJ7jq2YZmDhFnEvLSVTRIMsCKAPaYvTTChgGtwRZKSixhqhXrLdTIAXIy8sel8ghyi6ThQzrZ8EvXlfIkqUiPhqhoLWaAztn6kkvpoHqzgwsYUWzNbgzWgGzyid7HpqSIBEGwQ7abAAXmn5PiFR05ARQQf2Z+w4+f6qYaaLxzBAXzfTL50gLjOnGqSsTKyG1ynHzdhRC9oVa4w== cymacs@rst-laptop']


Please let me know if I can delete the first key from that list; I don't know where it comes from.

Reassign to me when you've replied.

Thanks
Thomas
Comment 10 René Stadler 2008-11-09 07:31:38 UTC
I'm confused why there are 2 RSA keys now.  I only have the first one, in fact I created it specifically for using it with fdo:

freedesktop-org.pub:ssh-rsa
AAAAB3NzaC1yc2EAAAABIwAAAQEAqIzUlgkdFZXlOHmu5yoKCI/w+5k1FNkIU1qe3Vyj1sPg+dQ48ubxPN7ZRrXfeTIuANjaBYtVAXaUr0ldGqQXJp1xAWcrs4KtgnmWiMu4/EKZ2KFq4BadTtFbtu9LYjX92OGRZpuknLZMapk/FuZgzr8B2gQh8rk/QKt/rSJEnuH3u8IWCM5xuHQ4PeC2qk3ztTMCZ+rBh9Be4A+2uU2ZimFJ3N4uTPkMLHzFz9aZoow5MxEmDJpyFmN2doX5cqdkNj2hUEtVCFh+F8CjP9HQ6j7RKOaDSkQ5cHrWyi/xEYT80/BOP0lRU1Y4ux9NwDMDza5y4kFNd09G05ZOYLlBSQ==
cymacs@localhost

The second one I attached here indeed, the comment indicates that I created it on my laptop, but I don't have that key pair anymore.
Comment 11 Thomas Vander Stichele 2008-11-09 07:57:40 UTC
Maybe you asked someone else and it's not in this ticket ?

Anyway, I just need to know from you which of the two keys I listed do you want to use, and if it works now.
Comment 12 René Stadler 2008-11-09 08:32:31 UTC
Right, I guess I set it through the mail frontend when the weak key vulnerability was being taken care of everywhere.

Drop the one with cymacs@rst-laptop comment, keep the other (keep the one which I re-pasted in the previous comment).

Right now everything seems to work fine by the way.

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