Option "--pgp2" in 1.4.2

Henk M. de Bruijn henkdebruijn at wanadoo.nl
Sat Sep 17 17:39:47 CEST 2005

On Sat, 17 Sep 2005 11:45:12 +0200GMT (17-9-2005, 11:45 +0200, where I
live), Laurent Jumet wrote:

> Hash: RIPEMD160

> Hello !

>     When I put option "--pgp2" in order to get the most pgp-2 complient
> signature, GPG asks for the passphrase but does nothing. No signature is
> generated on a file, neither separated or clearsign.

>     "--pgp2" implies many options.
>     I've by default "--no-force-v3-sigs", and normally I suppose that
> "--pgp2" overrrides this, isn't?

>     Any idea?

> BTW, I compiled the 1.4.2 manual in a printable PDF form, il order to print
> it in 14 pages and two colums, for those like me who like to have it on
> their desk. You can get it here (be careful, there is a space in the file
> name, I wasn't aware that the URL could not wort as is):
> http://users.skynet.be/laurent.jumet/MyMan_GnuPG 142.pdf

I tried to find it, solved the space but...

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