Problem with Import of ultimate trusted key
Mon May 5 15:47:03 2003
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On Mon, May 05, 2003 at 11:19:31AM +0200, Sebastian Wiesinger wrote:
> I have a problem here with the import of my own public key into
> another keyring (the key is in pubring.gpg and in mykey.asc):
> I use gpg 1.2.1 with the following options:
> gpg --no-options --armor --no-default-keyring --keyring mykey.gpg --import mykey.asc
> If I do so, the import resets the trust of my key to "unkown", also in
> my main keyring (well it just updates the trustdb).
Yes. This is intentional since GnuPG sees you importing a key that
doesn't currently exist... but at the same time sees that key has
ultimate trust in the trustdb. Since GnuPG normally deletes trust
when a key is deleted, this means there is a mismatch between the
trustdb and the keyring(s).
> Is it possible to stop gpg from updating the trustdb for specific
gpg --trustdb-name ./temp.trustdb .......
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