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Clearly distinguish by Tor packages and Tor Browser packages.

Matt Pagan authored on20/06/2014 17:12:56
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     <p>Most Linux distributions come with gpg preinstalled, so users
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-    who want to verify the Tor Browser Bundle for Linux (or the source
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+    who want to verify the Tor Browser for Linux (or the source
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     tarball) can just follow along with the instructions above for
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-    "Mac OS X". Note that sometimes Sebastian Hahn (key 0x140C961B)
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-    signs the Linux TBB packages.</p>
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+    "Mac OS X". </p>
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-    <p>If you're using the <b>Debian</b> packages, you should read the
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+    <p>If you're using the <b>Debian</b> Tor (not Tor Browser) packages, you 
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+    should read the
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     instructions on <a href="<page docs/debian>#packages">importing
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     these keys to apt</a>.</p>
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-    <p>If you're using the <b>RPMs</b>, you can manually verify the
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+    <p>If you're using the <b>RPMs</b> (for Tor, not Tor Browser), you can 
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+    manually verify the
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     signatures on the RPM packages by <pre>rpm -K filename.rpm</pre></p>
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     <p>See <a