gpg tells me a signature from my own key is a forgery.
brian at minton.name
Fri Aug 30 19:02:25 CEST 2019
On 8/30/19 12:41 PM, Brian Minton wrote:
> I am testing signing with multiple keys. However, gpg tells me that my
> own key is a forgery. I know it is not a forgery because I didn't forge
> it. Is there a way to tell gpg that my own key is good? I'm using
> trust model tofu+pgp, and both of my keys are cross-signed and set to
> ultimate trust.
oh, I found the problem
I had "sender brian at minton.systems" in my gpg config file. When I
commented that line out, it worked fine.
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