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    Signing the Ubuntu Code of Conduct - Issue with PGP Key?

    I have no idea which forum to post this is, so I'll give it a go here.

    I'm having trouble signing the Ubuntu Code of Conduct. I get my key using

    Code:
    gpg -- fingerprint
    And I copy the 40 hex digit key into the the OpenPGP key box, however I get the message:

    The key <<Key Removed for privacy>> has already been imported.

    I am 100% sure I have not registered the key (I can't skip the step and just sign the CoC).

    Does this mean that there are identical keys? Can I get a new one?
    April 28, 2011: Farewell GNOME, you served us well.

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    Re: Signing the Ubuntu Code of Conduct - Issue with PGP Key?

    I created a new key using the "Passwords and Keys" tool in the preferences menu, that solved the issue.
    April 28, 2011: Farewell GNOME, you served us well.

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