dirk.traulsen at lypso.de
Fri Sep 9 16:18:11 CEST 2005
Am 8 Sep 2005 um 20:00 hat David Shaw geschrieben:
> Yes, I see what happened now. It's just a misunderstanding. "clean"
> can't work unless you have the key that issued the signature that you
> want cleaned (so it can know which signatures to remove). In your
> case, you need to fetch key CA57AD7C (the PGP GD key). Once you have
> that key, GnuPG can remove signatures that it has issued.
I can confirm, that 'clean' worked as you said, when I first fetched
the keys for the obsolete sigs.
But why is it nescessary to fetch the key first? When there is a new,
functional and valid signature from key 12345678 on a key, isn't it
obvious from the originally 16 character keyID, that they were issued
from the same key, whether I have it in my keyring or not?
Couldn't gpg delete the old obsolete signatures without the signing
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