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 Open-Source isc isc (ISC - Internet Systems Consortium) / kea-1-6 Project
kea-1.6: This version of Kea is no longer supported. Please update to the Kea 1.8 or 2.0 branch asap.
Note: Packages in this repository are licensed as Mozilla Public License 2.0 (dependencies may be licensed differently).

Tool-Specific Instructions

Although we use GPG (and RSA) keys across each repository and package format, client-side tools might have specific instructions that differ (or require manual steps). To add or use the signing key for these tools, please click on the package format specific tabs above.

Public GPG Key

GPG-based key signing is used by:   Debian logo RedHat logo

The public GPG key for the isc/kea-1-6 is:

-----BEGIN PGP PUBLIC KEY BLOCK-----
Version: GnuPG v2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=VPl1
-----END PGP PUBLIC KEY BLOCK-----

It has the following long (20 bytes) and short (8 bytes) fingerprints:

2480B429C40E38D9C8B2AF8D0607E2621F1564A6
0607E2621F1564A6

You can download the GPG key or fetch it via the command-line:

curl -sL 'https://dl.cloudsmith.io/public/isc/kea-1-6/gpg.0607E2621F1564A6.key'

Public RSA Key

RSA-based key signing is used by:  

The public RSA key for the isc/kea-1-6 is:

-----BEGIN PUBLIC KEY-----
MIIBIjANBgkqhkiG9w0BAQEFAAOCAQ8AMIIBCgKCAQEAvECYVu1h3A49x0HNTdjE
Oah2OG4m69dBI9o8BjxnwTZupO5L8kXDWSpcdExy3LBcaBRX7D9SV4hQxWqoTpTt
Kc5LN+D4dm2NIJtnyY6AGJt9uEwzoxccuMzXebqQHONE1WOd3/GENdt1vwbrX16/
UnS1Mu6pY3YO2CTHy8PdAHudLBWZHkpNRfkbKuyKBKcynv+IpJRcbLeOwYukQ6UZ
tGf/0F5XggOrgrmCJ+59/vyNf+f8StUnKxmRy4EEB6+DQ87/qUgmUCF2bHCBQfW1
qK+Aw0NDGs1URaag1Amzo0qW+rqBN7083r0sXQmHQ79KWAkWdIsQ1spnl4q+Gl6s
3QIDAQAB
-----END PUBLIC KEY-----

It has the following long (16 bytes) and short (8 bytes) fingerprints:

9B592656FB480D9DD74089657D79ADA8
D74089657D79ADA8

You can download the RSA key or fetch it via the command-line:

curl -sL 'https://dl.cloudsmith.io/public/isc/kea-1-6/rsa.D74089657D79ADA8.key'

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Debian Signing Key Installation

The following instructions are for Debian (e.g. apt, deb, dpkg) packages or compatible.

Automated Installation (Bash)

If you installed the isc/kea-1-6 repository by following one of the repository installation instructions then you don't need take any further action. The GPG key should already have been installed alongside the repository.

Manual Installation

If you'd like to manually install the GPG key, you can utilise curl to retrieve the GPG key and install it by executing:

curl -sL 'https://dl.cloudsmith.io/public/isc/kea-1-6/gpg.0607E2621F1564A6.key' | sudo apt-key add -

Or you can add it directly without curl by executing:

sudo apt-key add - <<EOF
    -----BEGIN PGP PUBLIC KEY BLOCK-----
Version: GnuPG v2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=VPl1
-----END PGP PUBLIC KEY BLOCK-----
    EOF

Removing Installation / Uninstalling

If you want to remove the public GPG key for the isc/kea-1-6 repository then you can do so by executing the following:

sudo apt-key remove 2480B429C40E38D9C8B2AF8D0607E2621F1564A6

Note: Don't do this if you currently have the repository installed and wish to continue using it. If you remove the key the next fetch will fail.

Viewing Installed Keys

If you want to verify that a GPG public key has been installed or removed, you can view the list of all installed keys by executing:

apt-key list
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RedHat Signing Key Installation

The following instructions are for RedHat (e.g. dnf, rpm, yum, zypper) packages or compatible.

Automated Installation (Bash)

If you installed the isc/kea-1-6 repository by following one of the repository installation instructions then you don't need take any further action. The GPG key should already have been installed alongside the repository.

Manual Installation

If you'd like to manually install the GPG key, you can utilise curl to retrieve the GPG key and install it by executing:

rpm --import 'https://dl.cloudsmith.io/public/isc/kea-1-6/gpg.0607E2621F1564A6.key'

Or you can add it directly without curl by executing:

cat > /tmp/isc-kea-1-6.key <<EOF
    -----BEGIN PGP PUBLIC KEY BLOCK-----
Version: GnuPG v2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=VPl1
-----END PGP PUBLIC KEY BLOCK-----
    EOF
    rpm --import /tmp/isc-kea-1-6.key
    rm -f /tmp/isc-kea-1-6.key

Removing Installation / Uninstalling

If you want to remove the public GPG key for the isc/kea-1-6 repository then you can do so by executing the following:

gpgkey=$(rpm -q gpg-pubkey --qf '%{name}-%{version}-%{release} %{summary}\n' | grep "(isc/kea-1-6)" | awk '{ print $1 }')
test ! -z "$gpgkey" && sudo rpm -e --allmatches "$gpgkey"

Note: Don't do this if you currently have the repository installed and wish to continue using it. If you remove the key the next fetch will fail.

Viewing Installed Keys

If you want to verify that a GPG public key has been installed or removed, you can view the list of all installed keys by executing:

rpm -q gpg-pubkey --qf '%{name}-%{version}-%{release} --> %{summary}\n'

What's this page? All Cloudsmith repositories and packages are signed using GPG (or RSA) keys where supported. GPG (or RSA) signatures and checksums provide reliable mechanisms to ensure that the packages that you download/install are neither corrupt nor modified. GPG is generally preferred, but RSA is used for some package formats (such as Alpine). Learn more in the signing keys documentation.

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