Aside: GPG-1.2 useless
Larry_C_Ellis at hotmail.com
Thu Sep 26 16:12:02 CEST 2002
Sorry.... my earlier statement:
It looks like the problem is that gpg 1.20 is not setting "force-v3-sigs"
when --pgp2 is specifed. If "force-v3-sigs" is specified, the example
shown below works fine.
...seems to be false.
gpg issues a warning message about not being able to encrypt/sign at the
same time in --pgp2 mode, and the resulting file cannot be used by pgp.
Apologies for the confusion....
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