Tell me if I’m spoiling too much.
I’m proceeding like I did to resolve Unknown Sender, but in reverse (in some ways).
None of my responses are the solution and I don’t get it.
I tried all kinds of IDs so is there a hidden hint which I maybe cannot see due to my poor translation/understanding ?
– Open the pod bay doors, HAL.
– I’m sorry, Dave. I’m afraid I can’t do that.
Well, try to at least answer the question it asks, not the one you think it asks. Other than that, waiting a couple of days sometimes helps.
Thanks @dloser I think actually this is a matter of time. I’ll be back ;)
I’ve tried a few things, first obvious, then even going as far as holding my thumb against the textarea to get a good scan of my ‘thumbprint’
Tried waiting a few days, tried using the steps in the Privacy guide..
I’ve got a 3000-some bit key… is it looking for 4096 bits specifically?
i upload my public key to pgp.mit.edu
but also not working
any hint for solving this challenge
iam not getting any idea
hmm. same problem??? i am stuck. i waited for 2 days. but no reply.
i also wrote the pub_key of mine in the who are u.
i tried my id or e mail of the key.. but key not found is replied… so bad..
i also uploaded the key in sever(that server is same as the key of previous unknown sender is located.
hmm. after that. what can i do ?? just wait ?? ^^.
Have been waiting for 2 days already… How long can it take?
Alex - I put this on the shelf for 5 months since life got a little busy, came back today, and it worked.
So… the answer is somewhere between 2 days and 5 months.