Finding key ID of a keypair

Todd Zullinger tmz at
Mon Nov 9 15:50:14 CET 2009

Dion Moult wrote:
> It's passphraseless, it's DSA, and that's pretty much all I know. I
> made it quite a long time ago, perhaps through ssh-keygen.

If you created the key with ssh-keygen, then it's an SSH key, not an
OpenPGP key.  The two systems, ssh and gpg, do not use the same key
formats.  For an ssh key, you can print out the key's fingerprint
using ssh-keygen -l -f /path/to/key

Todd        OpenPGP -> KeyID: 0xBEAF0CE3 | URL:
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