Questions about particular use cases (integrity verification w/o private key, add E flag to primary key, import secp256k1 key)

s7r s7r at
Tue Aug 29 02:23:25 CEST 2017

Robert J. Hansen wrote:
>> Tried both of them, not working. They only produce a single primary key
>> (8 RSA or 11 ECC) with S,C capabilities (without E).
> *shrugs* Do better.  Seriously, if you literally choose option 8 and
> just go through the defaults you'll get a single primary key with an
> encrypt capability.

It works with a RSA key, but not with ECC. Try with secp256k1 and you'll
only get Sign and Certify capabilities. At least this is what happens on
my side.

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