Basic file signing question
faramir.cl at gmail.com
Wed Sep 10 22:54:16 CEST 2008
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Jack Kaye escribió:
> gpg -r <their key> -se <file>
> But when I sign it this way, it just seems to take the first key in my
> I have generated different public keys to send to different people and
> would like
> to sign the encrypted file with a key of my choice. Is that possible or
> am I just
> not understanding the process of creating a digital signature?
I think you need to explicitly tell gpg which key you want to use. I
don't know how to do that, since I let GPGshell (a GUI for gpg, for
windows environment) to handle that... but if gpgshell can do it, you
can do it too.
Maybe you need something like:
gpg -u <your key> -r <their key> -se <file> but since I never use gpg
without a GUI, I am NOT confident the syntax is right...
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