gpg: BAD signature
ljh6 at geneseo.edu
Mon Nov 21 03:54:31 CET 2011
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I've been getting gpg command line and output:
gpg: Signature made Sun 20 Nov 2011 07:25:22 PM EST using RSA key ID
gpg: BAD signature from "Landon Hurley <ljh6 at geneseo.edu>"
for a while now. I upgraded from 10.10 to 11.10 in the last month, and
I'm guessing that it shouldn't be pointing to /usr/bin/gpg any longer.
However gpg can still be activated from the terminal so I don't
understand why it shouldn't work. I can use the same key pair from my
phone with APG and OpenPGP and it still verifies, both from my phone and
thunderbird. In fact, every account I have except this one that I'm
emailing from works without problem. I thought I might have messed with
the key pair, so I revoked the old key set and generated a new on
device, and then ported them over to my phone. I still get the same
results though. The only difference in output that I can find is the
hash used, SHA1 (Desktop) vs SHA512, but changing that on my phone
didn't result in an error either.
I can get a verification through this account if I activate pgp/mime but
since that only works with clients that support it, I'd rather run it as
part of the email message body.
Any help would be greatly appreciated,
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say if they had.
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