f.schwind at chili-radiology.com
Mon Oct 6 10:14:36 CEST 2008
Werner Koch wrote:
> On Mon, 6 Oct 2008 09:32, f.schwind at chili-radiology.com said:
>> Like I wrote above, the same code is working for me on linux, but I get
>> the GPGME_VALIDITY_UNKNOWN on windows with literally the same keyring!
> Using the same trustdb.gpg. If not, do an --export-ownertrust on Unix
> and an --import-ownertrust on Windows.
Yes, I'm even using the same gpg-homedir! The secret.gpg, the
pubring.gpg and the trustdb.gpg are the same. (All in one directory
mounted on Linux and Windows via NFS).
>> (And I'm also wondering why I get the validity FULL on linux with gpgme,
>> even when gpg says the trust and the validity are ULTIMATE?)
> Ultimate is only used with certification but not for data signatures.
> Either you have full trust or you don't have. "Ultimate" expresses that
> the validity of the key derives directly from owning the secret key.
Meaning FULL is the best I get with signatures? And I shouldn't trust
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