Good old Trust
Sun Sep 23 05:36:02 2001
Is there a single command line to do so? or I would still have to go through
the long way of --edit-key then sign then passphrase? :-)
From: Mark Brown <firstname.lastname@example.org>
To: email@example.com <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: Saturday, September 22, 2001 2:52 AM
Subject: Re: Good old Trust
>On Fri, Sep 21, 2001 at 05:16:16PM +0800, Edward Khoo wrote:
>> I have set a friend's public key to be fully trusted via the (long way
>> :-) of) "--edit-key", then"trust", then "4" (trust fully).
>> And when I do a "--list-key --with-colon", I see that in the 2nd field
>> as "q" (undefined). I tried running --update-trustdb.
>> Is this normal or did I do some steps wrong?
>Did you sign their public key? The trust you specified is how much you
>trust that key to make good signatures while that in the second field of
>the --with-colons output shows the degree to which GPG believes that
>that the key concerned is valid.
>"You grabbed my hand and we fell into it, like a daydream - or a fever."
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