Problems with second key
Wed Jan 16 17:52:01 2002
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As my key is very long and decryption causes a lot of cpu-power and
time, I decided to create a second key from within the --edit-key menu.
But if I sign messages with the new DSA-key, gpg grumbles about it.
It seems that the new ELGamal/DSA keypair is not valid anymore. (?)
The output is:
gpg: WARNING: This key has been revoked by its owner!
gpg: This could mean that the signature is forgery.
gpg: Reason for revocation: Key is superseded
gpg: Revocation comment: This key is outdated! Please refer to the new one.
gpg: WARNING: This key is not certified with a trusted signature!
gpg: There is no indication that the signature belongs to the owne=
In fact, I did nothing with revocation in any case.
And in my gpg-database there is nothing to read about problems with
Can anybody give me a hint about this problem? And perhaps how to solve
Regards, GR | GnuPG-key on keyservers available
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