with-colons listing, issue with distinguishing between encrypting and signing keys.

David Shaw dshaw@jabberwocky.com
Thu Nov 28 03:36:01 2002

On Wed, Nov 27, 2002 at 09:08:11PM -0500, Psy-Kosh wrote:
> >
> > This is correct behavior.  If you have multiple subkeys capable of
> > doing the requested action, GnuPG will pick the most recent capable
> > subkey.  You can override this choice by specifying the subkey with an
> > exclamation point (!) after the keyid.  This makes GnuPG use that
> > specified subkey and not try any others.
> >
> Clarification: One of the subkeys was created as sign only, the other as
> encrypt only. Now they are listed as both being both signing and encrypting.

What are the subkey types (RSA, Elgamal, ?)  Also, can you post the
output of:

  gpg --export (yourkey) | gpg --list-packets


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