Sun Apr 13 19:42:02 2003
Richard Ibbotson, on Sunday, Apr 13 2003 at 18:06, wrote:
> I've tried 'gpg --edit-key firstname.lastname@example.org'. But, when I try to
> change the date on the subkey by selecting the subkey with 'expire'
> gpg just selects the primary key and not the subkey. If I try
> 'expire 2' it still doesn't work.
Edit the key, then select the subkey:
Command> key 1
You will see your subkey marked with an asterisk. Now you can set the
espiry date in it.