PGP 6.5.8 ckt,?just say no.
dshaw at jabberwocky.com
Wed Oct 29 20:22:39 CET 2008
On Oct 28, 2008, at 2:49 PM, vedaal at hush.com wrote:
> David Shaw dshaw at jabberwocky.com
> wrote on Tue Oct 28 17:00:07 CET 2008 :
>> Now that is an... interesting key. It's a V4 (OpenPGP) key with V3
>> (PGP 2.x) binding signature). GPG won't cross-certify such a key
>> because it is a one-way change. Once cross-certified, the binding
>> signature will be V4 (OpenPGP).
> well, it's a v4 key
> and i'm perfectly happy
> with it having a v4 binding sig ;-)
>> Note that you can't change the
>> expiration date of the subkey on that key either
>> (for the same reason).
> also OK
> is there any way that gnupg *could* do it?
> or any other really cool undocumented option ;-)
Unfortunately not. It's doable via various hackery by modifying the
GPG source, but there is no feature that will do that.
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