trying to edit my key

Ben Finney
Tue Jul 15 04:09:03 2003

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On 15-Jul-2003, Pat wrote:
> "You must select at least one user ID." [...] I do enter the user ID!
            ^^^^^^                                   ^^^^^

Note the difference.

Most of the commands at the 'gpg --edit-key' prompt operate on a set of
selected subkeys or uids.  You toggle each one by typing its number from
the list presented; the list is then updated with each selected item
marked with an asterisk.  Once the items you want to affect are all
selected, issue the command.

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