Multiple keyring support: GPGV
Fri Nov 15 14:39:02 2002
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At 23:57 2002-11-14 -0500, you wrote:
>On Thu, Nov 14, 2002 at 12:31:45PM +0100, Per Tunedal wrote:
>> >On Wed, Oct 30, 2002 at 09:22:25AM -0500, David Shaw wrote:
>> >> What if there was a way to flag a particular keyring (from either
>> >> gpg.conf or the command line) as the default one, and that keyring
>> >> became the one that new keys were imported into? Would that solve
>> >> everyone's problem?
>> >I just committed a feature to do this on the development version of
>> >GnuPG if anyone is interested in playing with it. Use
>> >"default-keyring" to denote the keyring that you want imports to go to
>> >by default. You may change it on the command line as well. If you
>> >don't specify a default-keyring, then the behavior is unchanged -
>> >imports will go to the first writable keyring.
>> this will make it easier to maintain the trustedkeys.gpg for gpgv as well,
>> wouldn't it? I have had some trouble creating and maintaining the trusted
>> keyring. I have not found any easy way to add new keys to trustedkeys.gpg
>It could be used for that, but the easiest way to add new keys to
>gpg --export (key_to_add) >> ~/.gnupg/trustedkeys.gpg
It doesn't work!
I use WinXP on this computer and tried:
gpg --output trustedkeys.gpg --export KEYID
I answered "Yes" on overwrite of the file trustedkeys.gpg
there was a lot of strange output in the Command Window, but nothing changed.
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