Problem running gpg in unix script
Anthony E. Greene
Wed Sep 12 14:17:02 2001
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On Wed, 12 Sep 2001, David Kang wrote:
>I run the gpg in unix shell script and keep getting prompt below.
>Can anyone tell me what I have done wrong and how I can get around without
>It is NOT certain that the key belongs to its owner.
>If you *really* know what you are doing, you may answer
>the next question with yes
>Use this key anyway? y
GPG is just telling you that you this key has not been certified by you as
belonging to the person it appears to belong to. If you are sure this key
belongs to the person it appears to belong to, then sign it.
If you don;t want to sign the key (ie; you really aren't *that* sure of
its ownership) but you still don't want GPG to remind of of this each time
you use the key, then include the --always-trust option on the command
line or in your options file.
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