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> | please bare with me if this is a FAQ - I couldn't find
> | the answer. Pointers are very welcome.
> | I wonder what the dot after the (3) means in the following
> | output
This was rather timely, I was wondering about this myself.
> That means its set to be the primary UID. This can be changed by
> selecting the UID you want and then typing command 'primary'.
> |uid <number>
I'm using 1.0.6 and it doesn't appear that this command is available:
Command> uid 1
pub 1024D/22425813 created: 2001-06-30 expires: never trust: f/u
sub 1024g/2806A9F1 created: 2001-06-30 expires: never
(1)* Peter Lavender <firstname.lastname@example.org>
(2) Peter Lavender <email@example.com>
(3). Peter Lavender (Work) <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Invalid command (try "help")
Or have I got it wrong.
> You can read up about primary UID's in the GNUPG guidebook if you not
> sure what is meant by this.
Thanks for the info.
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