Expire of elgamal sub
patrick.matthaei at web.de
Sun Jan 4 13:13:21 CET 2009
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I have got the following problem.
$ gpg --fingerprint "Patrick"
pub 1024D/7A5A6CC7 2006-08-15
Key fingerprint = 1C54 FA0D 6F0F 5064 7A95 BBD3 D970 398A 7A5A 6CC7
uid Patrick Matthäi (Local Key) <patrick.matthaei at web.de>
uid Patrick Matthäi <matthaei at ameus.de>
sub 2048g/D6395C9A 2006-08-15 [expires: 2010-01-01]
sub 2048g/610BB46C 2008-11-11
In the past I added an expire to my key on --gen-key, which I later
changed to never expire.
A much more time later I saw, that my elgamal still has got an
expiration date and I can not find anything how I could change it.
Then I added a new elgamal, the 2048g/610BB46C one.
Is this right so? Can I edit the expire of the elgamal? What would
happen *now* if the elgamal 2048g/D6395C9A has been expired?
Please CC my while I am not subscribed and thanks. :-)
Mit freundlichem Gruß / With kind regards,
E-Mail: patrick.matthaei at web.de
Always if we think we are right,
we were maybe wrong.
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