Problem with PGP working together with GNUPG

Ralf Orlowski Ralf Orlowski <>
Sat, 24 Jun 2000 20:28:37 +0200

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Hi Len,

On Tue, Jun 06, 2000 at 02:44:05PM -0700, L. Sassaman wrote:

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> What public key-type are you using? Elgamal signing keys will cause a
> signal 11 in PGP 6.5 (as it does not support them, since they are
> bad.) (FYI, 7.0 handles them a little more gracefully, telling the user
> that it is an invalid key type for PGP).
I use this key: Type Bits KeyID Created Expires Algorithm Use sec+ 1024 0x0C120FA4 1997-12-16 ---------- DSS Sign & Encrypt sub 4096 0x00C9F792 1997-12-16 ---------- Diffie-Hellman uid Ralf Orlowski <> uid Ralf Orlowski <> uid Ralf Orlowski <> = =20 The key was made with PGP 5.0 so the key-type is not the problem. Now I used the options, clemens stated in the list, and everything works fine, but thanks for your advice.
> - --Len.
Bye Ralf --=20 Ralf Orlowski voice: +49-821-889594 Via-Claudia-Str. 27 mobil: +49-173-5239069 86179 Augsburg E-mail: GERMANY PGP 5.0 Key available at public keyservers --opJtzjQTFsWo+cga Content-Type: application/pgp-signature -----BEGIN PGP SIGNATURE----- Version: GnuPG v1.0.1 (GNU/Linux) Comment: For info see iD8DBQE5VP3UX5ffmQwSD6QRAfxcAKC7idyOTiARyBQWCvzBZRqn1ljaPQCdG+Mx o4ZhzYkVpOjEQg1uvG1z6EA= =Tcn9 -----END PGP SIGNATURE----- --opJtzjQTFsWo+cga--