signing probmems (GPG 1.0.1 -> PGP 6.5.1)

David Sexton
Thu, 20 Jan 2000 14:27:09 +0000


	I'm desperately trying to figure out what is going wrong here...

	I have two machines, one Cobalt RaQ2 (linux/mips), one PC (linux/i386).

	I have GPG 1.0.1 compiled and working on both and PGP 6.5.1 on the PC.

	I can successfully do a '--gen-key' on both then am able to sign and
verify a signature using GPG.
	I can export the public keys to the GPG on the other machine and verify
a signed file.

	I can export the public keys from both GPG installations into the PGP
installation (The fingerprints are checked and correct).

	I can GPG sign a file and PGP verify it on the PC. But when I sign a
file on the Cobalt and transfer it, PGP complains that it has a bad
signature (but GPG doesn't).

	Can anyone see what I'm doing wrong here because it's driving me mad!

	Thanks in advance for any help offered.


David Sexton

Network Technician
Sapphire Technologies Ltd.
Tel: +44 (0) 1642 702100
Fax: +44 (0) 1642 702119

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