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Thu Oct 20 17:23:28 CEST 2011
On Thu, 20 Oct 2011 17:00:17 +0200
Hauke Laging articulated:
> Am Donnerstag, 20. Oktober 2011, 15:26:29 schrieb Jerry:
> > I have tried using the GUI. What would be the proper way to do it
> > from the CLI? I am afraid of removing the wrong keys?
> gpg --delete-key <name>
> There is a confirmation in order to avoid removing the wrong ones.
> But you can give the fingerprint as identifier.
> This removes public keys only so you can hardly cause real damage.
OK, that will work from the command line. Is there a way to delete all
expired keys at once, or do I have to continually enter the key name one
at a time. There are a lot of them and I would rather do it in one
move if possible.
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