GPG 1.0.7 problems
Leigh S. Jones, KR6X
Thu May 9 23:01:01 2002
The --pref and --showpref commands are used
while in the edit mode, i.e.,
gpg --edit-key FFFFFFFE
I'm having some trouble editing RSA keys myself,
or so it would appear. I just tried generating one
and it's not working for me either. Maybe you'd
be happier with a DSA/ELG-E keypair?
----- Original Message -----
From: "Kai Raven" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
To: "gnupg-users" <email@example.com>
Sent: Thursday, May 09, 2002 13:27
Subject: GPG 1.0.7 problems
> i'm using gpg 1.0.7 R2 from nullify under W2K, because teh regular
> 1.0.7. is still not available for Windows.
> I have tried to create a subkey for a RSA key.
> After the command gpg --edit-key ... addkey, gpg told me
> gpg: out of secure memory while allocating 4320 bytes
> gpg: (this may be caused by too many secret keys used simultaneously
> or due to excessive large key sizes)
> Too many secret keys simultanous? I have used only one key during the
> edit command and have two other keys in my pubring.
> Excessive large keys? The RSA masterkey is 3100-bit long and the
> subkey i want to create is also 3100-bit long.
> Out of secure memory?
> What is the meaning of the messages and what can i do to add a subkey
> What are the arguments for the gpg --pref and --showpref command?
> C:\>gpg --pref
> gpg: Missing argument for option "--pref"
> Can i influence the used ciphers during key creation process with
> gpg --setpref `string' or after i have created a key?
> <09.05.2002/22:06 h>
> WWW: http://kai-raven.homeunix.com/
> German GnuPG&PGP tutorial:
> New PGP/GnuPG-Key: 0xE979F4BB bzw. 0x07DE7B11
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