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From Randy Terbush <ra...@Covalent.NET>
Subject Re: Apache Downloads with no PGP Please
Date Tue, 16 Jun 1998 15:29:20 GMT
PGP is only required if you choose to verify the completeness of the
distribution with PGP. I do however understand your issues with
PGP. Perhaps an md5 hash would be more internationally portable. 

Thanks for using Apache.

-- 
Randy Terbush
Apache HTTP Project
randy@apache.org

Sean Wilson <SeanW@GreyMatter.co.uk> writes:
> Hi,
> 
> I have in the past been able to obtain Apache without the need for PGP.
> However 1.30 is not available to me.  The problem is that I cannot
> obtain PGP because it is a munition, therefore not exportable and I am
> connected through a UK ISP.  All the sites I have been able to find so
> far that distribute PGP will check the origin of the request before
> allowing the download and will refuse any connection that cannot be
> verified in the US.
> 
> So, in short, please make a non PGP distribution of Apache available for
> non-US users.
> 
> Thanks
> 	Sean.

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