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 Open-Source net-nanoframework net-nanofram… (.NET nanoFramework) / nanoframework-images  GitHub Project
Ready to flash images of nanoBooter and nanoCLR for various targets. Official versions.
Note: Packages in this repository are licensed as MIT License (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:   Raw logo

The public GPG key for the net-nanoframework/nanoframework-images is:

-----BEGIN PGP PUBLIC KEY BLOCK-----
Version: GnuPG v2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=56kD
-----END PGP PUBLIC KEY BLOCK-----

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

C0A5C0846D7BAE5D88DCE2D375102E83D3F278B5
75102E83D3F278B5

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

curl -sL 'https://dl.cloudsmith.io/public/net-nanoframework/nanoframework-images/gpg.75102E83D3F278B5.key'

Public RSA Key

RSA-based key signing is used by:  

The public RSA key for the net-nanoframework/nanoframework-images is:

-----BEGIN PUBLIC KEY-----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-----END PUBLIC KEY-----

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

A52CC30B767600EEC2573199CB8C0F0A
C2573199CB8C0F0A

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

curl -sL 'https://dl.cloudsmith.io/public/net-nanoframework/nanoframework-images/rsa.C2573199CB8C0F0A.key'

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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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