Fri, 29 Sep 2000 18:18:41 -0400
i'm pretty sure you need the '--no-comment' tag.
gpg --armor --no-comment --output <whatever> --export <userid>
Wayne Davis wrote:
> We are evaluating whether to use PGP or GPG. One of the issues I'm facing is
> how to get the two to play-nice together. I'm currently have trouble getting
> PGP to cleanly import a gpg public key.
> I executed
> gpg --armor --output <filename> -export <userID>
> When I try to import it and sign it in pgp, I get 'unknown type' and 'unable
> to encrypt to key' messages.
> Did I miss anything? Any ideas?
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