PGP/GnuPG Wierdness report...
cova at felix.unife.it
Wed Oct 14 00:59:47 CEST 1998
On Mon, Oct 12, 1998 at 09:46:05PM -0700, Caskey L. Dickson wrote:
> Does anyone else out there successfully communicate with PGP users?
Well, I've just tried to follow the hints that I've found in your home page
about gpg-pgp migration.
I've generated my own gpg key, then I've imported my public pgp5.0i key in
gpg (0.4.1) keyring, with a plain gpg --import.
Now gpg --list-keys reports the following:
pub 1024D/33333333 1998-10-13 Fabio Coatti (Cova) <cova at felix.unife.it>
sig 33333333 1998-10-13 [selfsig]
sub 2048g/22222222 1998-10-13
sig 33333333 1998-10-13 [keybind]
gpg: /usr/lib/gnupg/idea: IDEA ($Revision: 1.7 $)
gpg: /usr/lib/gnupg/rsa: RSA ($Revision: 1.8 $)
pub 1024D/44444444 1997-09-03 Fabio Coatti <cova at felix.unife.it>
sig 44444444 1997-09-03 [selfsig]
sig BBBBBBBB 1997-09-08 [User id not found]
sig CCCCCCCC 1997-11-15 [User id not found]
sub 4096g/99999999 1997-09-03
sig 44444444 1997-09-03 [keybind]
Now I'm unable to do anything with key 4444444, I got the following error
gpg: using secondary key 99999999 instead of primary key 44444444
gpg: LID 35: error building sigs on the fly: g10err=134615971
gpg: key 99999999.35: trust check failed: g10err=134615971
gpg: 0x44444444: error checking key: g10err=134615971
gpg: [stdin]: encryption failed: g10err=134615971
Can someone explain me what I'm doing wrong?
Thanks in advance..
I'm using gpg 0.4.1 compiled under i386 redhat 5.1 (glibc2), and I've both
idea and rsa extensions loaded.
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