Double sign a document

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Wed Feb 18 22:49:54 CET 2015

Am Mi 18.02.2015, 21:29:40 schrieb Xavier Maillard:

> Jesper Hess Nielsen <jesper at> writes:
> >> gpg -u <old keyid> -u <new keyid> --clearsign keytransition.txt >
> >> keytransition.signed2
> > 
> > woops, forget about the '> keytransition.signed2' part. Just running
> > with --clearsign will give you a keytransition.txt.asc file
> > automatically.
> Thnaks for that Jesper.
> Just a quick question: do I need to have both keypairs in my keyring
> ? I mean both my old secret key and my new secret key.

Of course. Would be strange if you could make a signature without the 
respective secret key.

Crypto für alle:
OpenPGP: 7D82 FB9F D25A 2CE4 5241 6C37 BF4B 8EEF 1A57 1DF5
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