Mon Jan 7 12:49:01 2002
On Mon, 07 Jan 2002, Graham wrote:
> How can I set the default key in Linux?
Edit your ~/.gnupg/options file. Add "default-key" followed by the id
of the key you want to be the default. All this is listed in the man
page, "man gpg" on my system. All the long options can go into your
options file minus the two dashes.
All generalizations are false, including this one. -- Mark Twain
David Clarke <email@example.com> | David Clarke <s3353950>
Key Fingerprint : 869B 53DD 5E80 E1F0 93F6 9871 0508 0296 5957 F723