Thanks for the help. I do use gpg when available. I will get the LO
public key and use it from now on.
On 03/10/2014 03:53 PM, V Stuart Foote wrote:
For earlier versions that have dropped from the LibreOffice mirror system--
see the TDF LibreOffice archives
The MD5, SHA1 and SHA256 hashes are recorded in the 'Details' links for each
For most folks, using the hash and skipping the GPG verification is
But, if you are super cautious, you'll need to use a GnuPG client to
extract and verify the .ASC PGP signature of the download.
Note: on Windows that would probably be Gpg4win
<http://gpg4win.org/download.html> , it offers the Kleopatra GUI to
simplify the steps.
For any OS, you'll need the LibreOffice project public key, named....
Done from CLI with
gpg --keyserver hkp://keys.gnupg.net --recv-keys AFEEAEA3
and then running the GPG verify against the .ASC signature for the
download. Both the installer package and the signature file need to be in
the same directory.
gpg --verify LibreOffice_126.96.36.199_Win_x86.msi.asc
In doing so, you both verify the signature of the download (that it came
from TDF build process) and coincidentally verify the integrity
--completeness-- of the download.
And for completeness, the Apache OpenOffice folks sign with public key
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