Kevin A. Pieckiel
Thu Aug 15 01:59:02 2002
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I was playing around with a keyring I created that I wasn't going to use
for anything. Here is my observation and question about it:
I created a keypair with a secondary key for encryption only. I then
created a second secondary key for excryption. Now, when I encrypt files,
it always uses this second encryption key. How can I get GnuPG to choose
which secondary key to use for encryption?
"The Force. It surrounds us; It enfolds us;
It gets us dates on Saturday Nights."
- Obi Wan Kenobi, Famous Jedi Knight and Party Animal.
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to receive my public key. You may also get my key from wwwkeys.us.pgp.net;
my ID is 0xF1604E92 and will expire on 01 January 2003.
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