gnupg and pgp
Sun, 19 Nov 2000 20:52:20 -0800 (PST)
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> I entered these lines in my options file and sent my public key to an PGP Version 7.0 Windows 98. I can Import my public key in PGP but when I try to rise the trust-level I get the message:
> "This is an invalid Key. Modifying the trust on this key is not allowed since trust settings on invalid keys have no effect."
Aha! This is a different problem. Have *you* signed this key? A key is
not 'valid' until someone (such as yourself, or someone you trust) has
signed it. You can't trust an invalid key. True, PGP's wording is a bit
bad; too bad they don't say "Unvalidated" or "Unconfirmed", etc.
- -Jason Martin
Don't read everything you believe.
Fingerprint:3B07 518C D76E 572F 7DAA 88A5 9763 835A EA95 4813
finger firstname.lastname@example.org for key
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