key questions

David Shaw
Tue Sep 11 00:39:01 2001

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On Mon, Sep 10, 2001 at 11:40:18PM +0200, Johannes Graumann wrote:

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> Janusz A. Urbanowicz <> schrieb am=20
> 10.09.01:
> > > I created (largely following the default) a 1024D=20
> > > signing key with a 2048g encryption subkey. I wonder=20
> > > whether I have to submit both resulting public keys to=20
> > > a keyserver (should be necessary so that people can=20
> > > verify signature AND send me encrypted communication?)?
> >=20
> > Yes.=20
> Ok, so I tryed to export the 2048g encryption subkey=20
> specifically by saying:
> gpg --output pubkey2.asc --armor --export <HEXID>
> But the resulting ascii file is identical to the one that I=20
> get saying=20
> gpg --output pubkey2.asc --armor --export <USERNAME>
> and represents the 1024D signature key.
When you export the signature "main" key, you get both the main and any subkeys you may have. They all go together. David --=20 David Shaw | | WWW +--------------------------------------------------------------------------= -+ "There are two major products that come out of Berkeley: LSD and UNIX. We don't believe this to be a coincidence." - Jeremy S. Anderson --XF85m9dhOBO43t/C Content-Type: application/pgp-signature Content-Disposition: inline -----BEGIN PGP SIGNATURE----- Version: GnuPG v1.0.6 (GNU/Linux) Comment: For info see iQEVAwUBO51AjIccwqs8s7QVAQEWKggAwT/Nl1wKfc+H/eZpU27AY+7PmtKlNM1n zXKiTI2F+86fBWnMaMkVNHsETNVrcukaMS07eVWwbpIbmL3akTmIoVnPkFkGdaL+ vRNKymT88coH6QYEMyQCxaVJZK8wrNMf6ciRSFXI+E9/9JG1OB2Jg1fdvJoGS81a UTtQgtUrjqIFK/fbsKvSGu/+oG6epNmogWFxY0wW14AjCDGYfjPupaaofYKjY2J/ jTEvm9TCwMBndevRMSUvv6+dSMl+u23KwaRk+zDYeoQMKid94I/KyvsmYkVCzuyb U46P9JO/TOC6CuWLag7h5a3ppjZfoxw4mRnMEinUbpObOdWchyTQ7A== =z6EB -----END PGP SIGNATURE----- --XF85m9dhOBO43t/C--