Non-interactively create subkey?
di44vq at nottheoilrig.com
Thu Mar 28 15:21:54 CET 2013
On 28/03/13 02:52 AM, Werner Koch wrote:
> On Thu, 28 Mar 2013 02:44, mailinglisten at hauke-laging.de said:
>> echo addkey$'\n'8$'\n'e$'\n'q$'\n'2048$'\n'1y$'\n'save$'\n' |
>> LC_ALL=C gpg --expert --batch --passphrase foo --command-fd 0 \
>> --edit-key $x_short_id
> Which only works with specific GPG versions; don't rely on that. The
> proper way to do this is a status-fd/command-fd driver handler. Or
Thanks for this advice, can you please elaborate on how to do this? or
point me at a resource where I can learn more about a
status-fd/command-fd driver handler?
> someone spends some time to extend the batch key generation to select an
> existing key and to only add subkey.
Incidentally, my naive ideal would be to be able to do something like:
gpg --edit-key ... addkey --keysize 4096 --expire 10 --yes
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