moving gpg to another PC
Mon May 6 21:05:02 2002
On Mon, 6 May 2002 10:15:32 -0700, Steve Butler said:
> I saw the main developer ask for the logs of the builds for the two boxes.
> So you have at least come up on their radar <<grin>>.
GnuPG used to run on all kinds of machines be it 32 bit, 64 bit, big
or little endian. I don't understand why the keyIDs are different
everything is of course stored in network byte.
> As to the questions of showing the list information, there is nothing there
> that would compromise your keys in anyway. In fact, uploading your public
But one might publish information which are not intended for the
public, for example whether a key is locally signed or what trust
level you assign to a key's owner.
Some of these information are new in 1.0.7:
pub 1024D/585B12A9 1998-09-30 Heinrich Heine (alpha test key)
sig!3 585B12A9 1998-09-30 Heinrich Heine (alpha test key)
sig!1 L 621CC013 2002-05-06 Werner Koch <email@example.com>
sub 1024g/DB2405A5 1998-09-30
sig! 585B12A9 1998-09-30 Heinrich Heine (alpha test key)
1.0.6 didn't showed you the signature class and the L flag with a
the plain text listing.