How to interprete the output of --export-ownertrust?
dashohoxha at gmail.com
Sun Apr 3 13:30:19 CEST 2016
On Sun, Apr 3, 2016 at 11:22 AM, Christine Kremsmayr <c.kremsmayr at gmx.net>
> Hi everyone,
> with the command gpg2 --export-ownertrust I can cause GnuPG to display the
> owner trust values of the public keys in my keyring.
> The problem: I don't know how to interprete the numbers to the right of
> the fingerprints:
> C:\Users\ckr>gpg2 --export-ownertrust
> gpg: verwende Vertrauensmodell PGP
> # Liste der zugewiesenen Trustwerte, erzeugt am 02/28/16 13:42:21
> Mitteleuropõische Zeit
> # ("gpg --import-ownertrust" um sie zu restaurieren)
> What is the meaniong of 3? And of 6? Does anybody know what the possible
> values are that can be displayed?
> Is there a mapping between these numbers and the owner trust values like
> "unknown", "marginal", "complete" and so on?
> I know, the answer lies in the source code. But unfortunately I am not
> able to read or understand source code.
The mapping is this (as far as I know):
4->full, 3->marginal, 2->none, 1->unknown
I am not sure where did I find this, but surely not from the source code.
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