gpg 1.0.5: unusable secret key
Thu Jun 14 17:29:01 2001
|| On Thu, 14 Jun 2001 09:01:02 -0500
|| David Champion <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
dc> electronically. Are you saying that I should simply step back to the
dc> beginning, with no credentials, because gpg previously allowed me to
No. It is just that v3 keys are deprecated anyway and the solution
for v4 keys is much simpler: just change the expiration time of the
I don't think that there so many expired v3 keys out that it is worth
to add option/command 166 to gpg ....
Hmmm, we have --ignore-time-conflict and other strange options.
So in this light my arguments are not so sound. Okay, what about
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