Devuan GNU+Linux is a free software operating system for your computer. Free software means you are free to use, copy and distribute, study, change the software, and share your modifications with the community.

 Devuan Keyring

Devuan's keyring contains the public OpenPGP keys used to sign the package repositories. This allows `apt` to verify Devuan packages automatically. In normal use, `apt` will refuse to install any package that cannot be verified.

The keyring is installed by default during installation. If the keyring has been removed, or you are migrating to Devuan from Debian, you may need to install the keyring package manually. Choose the version for the appropriate release from the list of available devuan-keyring packages. When you follow the link to the version you require, there is a link to download (Filename: <link>). Also make a note of the published SHA256 checksum. Verify the checksum of the downloaded file is correct with

sha256sum devuan-keyring_<version>_all.deb

and install with

dpkg -i devuan-keyring_<version>_all.deb (as root)

See `man apt-get` for further details.

Primary Devuan Signing Keys

The keys used to sign Devuan releases are are also available from the public keyserver They can be imported with:

gpg --keyserver --search-keys <Key>

and verified with:

gpg --fingerprint <Key>

The current IDs, Keys and Fingerprints are:

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