Behaviour of sub keys

Brian Galbraith
Thu, 27 Apr 2000 13:47:22 +0100

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On Thu, 27 Apr 2000, Disastry wrote:

> wrong, the newest one is used not the first (i tested it with PGP 6.5.3)
> and no way to specify which subkey to use
I generated new sub keys using PGP I am afraid. I first changed te expiration date of the permanent subkey using GnuPG. I then imported this key into PGP and then generated new subkeys with no time overlap. That way each key is used in order. Probably goes against a standard somewhere ;-) , but it would be nice if that flexibility could be introduced into GnuPG. Regards Brian - -- - ------------------------------------------------------- Brian Galbraith Default Key 0x63EBA765 (DH/DSA) - ------------------------------------------------------- -----BEGIN PGP SIGNATURE----- Version: GnuPG v1.0.1c-SuSE (GNU/Linux) Comment: Digital Signatures Verify Author and Unaltered Content iD8DBQE5CDh8EPpEmWPrp2URAncaAKDZcTPXRNb7DMVhWJhzh7bEvRMeYACgw2PK uUatiJJdeaKJxCRtbuhGEjk= =JEdC -----END PGP SIGNATURE-----