Several questions about s2k
malte.gell at gmx.de
Mon Feb 27 22:46:08 CET 2006
On Monday 27 February 2006 14:08, Klaus Singvogel wrote:
> I think it's not a nice behaviour to copy&paste the problems of
> someone else. So please, have a look at
> and comment back.
since I use SUSE Linux 10.0 as well, I tested what Olli did. The options
he used can be used in one single line:
gpg --no-options --s2k-mode 3 --s2k-cipher-algo aes256 --s2k-digest-algo
This perfectly created a new standard DSA/ElG key pair on SUSE 10.0
That "cert-digest-algo SHA512" doesn´t work with DSA keys is obvious,
RSA keys allow to chose any hash algo.
The only error message reported is "gpg: invalid item `S2' in preference
string" and this smells like a typo in ~/.gnupg/gpg.conf rather than a
Olli invoked "grep s2k gpg.conf" which cannot tell the typo, because
according to the error message "S2" is the wrong value used somewhere.
So, what does "grep S2 ~/.gnupg/gpg.conf" say?
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