Sat Jul 26 21:31:02 2003
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On Fri, Jul 25, 2003 at 11:54:55AM -0400, CL Gilbert wrote:
> David Shaw wrote:
> | On Thu, Jul 24, 2003 at 11:03:23PM -0400, CL Gilbert wrote:
> |>David Shaw wrote:
> |>|>the key is available on kjsl or mit today. Its pgp 6.5.8. the tool
> |>|>available on the mit site.
> |>| What happens if you try it with PGP 7 or 8?
> |>| David
> |>don't know, the ones on the mit site is 6.5.8, and its called freeware.
> |>~ I was under the impresison I would have to pay for anything else...
> | No, both PGP 7 and 8 have free versions. (Free as in cost, not free
> | as in freedom).
> | David
> I just installed version 8x and its still showing my key about to
> expire. How does one change the expiration date, or what actually
> happens? This is the signing key that is expiring along with the
> encryption key. gpg shows the expiration as never.
I just looked at your key. Based on what the actual key says, GnuPG
is displaying it correctly. I'm not sure why PGP is showing a subkey
expiration date for the whole key, but it could be a bug in PGP, or
perhaps the expiration date field in the PGP GUI is intended to be the
soonest expiration date of the key set.
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Comment: Key available at http://www.jabberwocky.com/david/keys.asc
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