pgp key 2.x and gnupg
Thu May 17 15:46:02 2001

>>>"NK" == Noel Koethe <> writes:
NK> # pgp -ks noel -u noel .gnupg/pubring.gpg NK> # pgp5 -ks noel -u noel .gnupg/pubring.gpg In order to sign a key, you have to import the key into the keyring where the signing key is located, and sign it there. Then you can export the signed key again, now being augmented by a new signature. Signing the keyring as a whole file is probably not what you want. If you want to do the signing of a GnuPG key within the PGP realm, you shouldn't use PGP 2.x or 5.x. (It is possible to import the PGP 2.x key into your GnuPG ring and should be possible to sign the new GnuPG key with the imported 2.x key). Regards, Nils