regeya at gmail.com
Mon Jul 16 18:05:43 UTC 2018
> Let's wait for the Ops so you can try again, until then, please dig up
and look for your *private* key instead. The other one AUR already has, and
did never ever work for clients connecting to it.
Yep, obviously I said public when I meant private, heh. Maybe I shouldn't
be the one doing this. ;-)
Still, while I'd love to look for my *private* key, there's still the
teensy matter of my account being suspended...
Thanks for keeping me on the straight path and humble. :-)
On Mon, Jul 16, 2018 at 1:01 PM mar77i--- via aur-requests <
aur-requests at archlinux.org> wrote:
> On July 16, 2018 7:47 PM, Shane Simmons via aur-requests <
> aur-requests at archlinux.org> wrote:
> > I got an AUR Out-of-date Notification from msheremet on upwork-beta.
> After digging through Upwork app logs and checking their website,
> apparently they've pushed the update to their download website, but not to
> the client apps yet (at least, not to mine. ;-)
> > However, I'm sending the changes from my laptop and I had never added my
> public key on my laptop, and when I went to log in to the AUR to copy the
> pubkey to my ~/.ssh/config, AUR informs me that my account has been
> > I never received any kind of notification that my account was suspended,
> or why. As far as I can recall, my best guess would be that it was because
> I had stupidly published a bug comment to the aurman AUR page and was
> harshly schooled by the aurman developer that his package depends on a -git
> package, which had to be installed manually because, again, stupidly, I
> didn't know that -git packages' PKGBUILDs don't contain the current
> version, but is instead calculated during install.
> I believe that maybe you misunderstood something about SSH keys. AUR has
> no knowledge of the private key that matches the public key you added to
> your profile. Let's wait for the Ops so you can try again, until then,
> please dig up and look for your *private* key instead. The other one AUR
> already has, and did never ever work for clients connecting to it.
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