changing cipher via setpref does not work with RSA keys ?
Sun Jun 9 22:24:01 2002
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just created a RSA key first for signing and then another RSA key for=20
encrypting with addkey.
After that I wanted to change the default cipher from AES to 3DES, so I t=
gpg --edit-key [KeyID from RSA-encryption key] and typed showpref, okay, =
printed the defaults, then I typed setpref S2 S3 H2 H3 Z2 Z1 to change th=
default cipher, but it didn't work.
Showpref gave me the old original settings.
Setpref works fine with ELG keys to change the default cipher, but it see=
to work with RSA keys, is this a bug or is it not possible to change the=20
default cipher with RSA keys ?
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Version: GnuPG v1.0.7 (GNU/Linux)
Comment: my KeyID: E4D4324D
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