Thanks MAgic Banana, but that is the key that I downloaded before ... maybe I'm doing something wrong and you can light me up. This is what I got on the directory that I'm working on (by the way, how do I enter code on this forum?):


So the command that I'm using are the following:

gpg --import trisquel-archive-signkey.gpg
gpg: key 8D8AEBF1: "Trisquel GNU/Linux (Trisquel GNU/Linux signing key) " not changed
gpg: key 0C05112F: "Trisquel GNU/Linux " not changed
gpg: Total number processed: 2
gpg:              unchanged: 2

But then this is what happen:

gpg --verify trisquel_8.0_amd64.iso.asc trisquel_8.0_amd64.iso
gpg: Signature made Sun 18 Jun 2017 10:53:40 PM CDT using DSA key ID 8D8AEBF1
gpg: BAD signature from "Trisquel GNU/Linux (Trisquel GNU/Linux signing key) "

I have been a Slackware user for years and that always work for me, so do I am doing something wrong?

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