I like to put the contents of
/etc inside git, so I can see what auto-updates change, and when something breaks, so I can go back and find out what I changed since it last worked.
At the moment I'm being told:
modified: trusted.gpg modified: trusted.gpg~
git diff is no use as these are binary files. Of course I could check them in, but these files are central to package security, so doing that would make mockery of my attempts at being secure! So, how do I find out what has changed?
As root I've tried:
cd /etc/apt gpg -k trusted.gpg
--list-public-keys). It says
gpg: error reading key: public key not found.
I'm sure it must just be a matter of discovering the correct parameters to give to gpg?