Strange problem when using GPG
Fri Mar 21 23:10:01 2003
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On 21:24 21.03.2003, you [Graham (email@example.com)] wrote...
> Your problem is probably your trustdb. GnuPG 1.0.6 is pretty old now so
> I suggest you export your keyrings, install GPG 1.2.1 (which you can
> get from http://www.nullify.org or http://www.gnupg.org), then import
> your keyrings into GPG again. That should update your trustdb and may
> be the answer.
The key was just created with GnuPG 1.06 back in 2001. Nevertheless, I
ran "gpg --update-trustdb", until it didn't ask anymore, but the
problem is still there :/
A year spent in artificial intelligence is enough to make one believe
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