setting owner trust

David Shaw
Sun Dec 8 06:56:01 2002

On Sun, Dec 08, 2002 at 03:18:08AM +0100, Michael Nahrath wrote:
> Some days ago I wrote:
> > I just typed "gpg --edit-key XXXXXXXX   trust   2   q"
> ... which means 4 seperated interactions.
> Ever since I am wondering if there isn't a command or an option that allow
> to do this directly from the command line.
> Why isn't there a   "gpg --set-owner-trust --value f 0xXXXXXXXX"
> or                  "gpg --edit-key --trust f 0xXXXXXXXX" ?
> (Note: the second syntax could easyly make each interactive subcommand of
>        --edit-key a command-line otion)

Yep.  Do this: "gpg --edit-key 0xXXXXXXXX trust quit" Then enter the
trust you want, and you're done (two steps).


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