Won't recognize my secret key

Phillip Susi psusi at ubuntu.com
Thu Jun 21 17:32:43 CEST 2018

I just noticed that I do have a bunch of key files in
~/.gnupg/private-keys-v1.d, even though gpg -K does not show them.

Ahah, gpg -K -v shows them... it seems to think they are all expired.
It lists the expiration date on my current key as 2018-1-6.  I believe
that was the *original* expiration date, but then I extended it.  gpg
2.1 seems to be failing to recognize the extension.

On 6/21/2018 11:27 AM, Phillip Susi wrote:
> Ok, so if I checkout and build 2.0.31, remove ~/.gnupg, and import my
> keyring, all of my private keys show up.  If I check out and build 2.1.1
> and run /usr/local/bin/gpg -K, it upgrades to the new key format and
> throws out my private keys:
> gpg: starting migration from earlier GnuPG versions
> gpg: porting secret keys from '/home/psusi/.gnupg/secring.gpg' to gpg-agent
> gpg: key A70FB705: secret key imported
> gpg: migration succeeded
> /home/psusi/.gnupg/pubring.gpg
> ------------------------------
> sec#  rsa2048/A70FB705 2011-12-13
> uid       [ unknown] Phillip Susi <psusi at ubuntu.com>
> uid       [ unknown] Phillip Susi <psusi at cfl.rr.com>
> Any suggestions on how to further debug this?

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