Re: debian supported PGP stuff
On Wed, 01.09.99 19:24 -0700, Joseph Carter wrote:
> > do you mean RSA key or DSS/Diffie-Hellman will do too?
> Both. And an ElGammal sign/encrypt or Blowfish, Twofish, etc.. PGPv5
> can't even read those.
But what about this:
I importet my old pgp232ia Key into gpg and then created some
Sub-Keys. (I don't want it originally but it looks ok this way)
Now I have:
pub 1024R/925BCB55 1997-11-01 Christian Hammers <firstname.lastname@example.org>
uid Christian Hammers <email@example.com>
uid Christian Hammers <firstname.lastname@example.org>
sub 1024G/FF63E3D5 1999-08-21
sub 1024D/CE82ABB4 1999-08-21
sub 1024g/5CB29F97 1999-08-21
Can Debian Handle this ? What do I have to send to the key-maint guys ?
The D/g key CE* key or its "father" the RSA key 925* ?
Or is this situation completely broken ?
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50 3C 52 26 3E 52 E7 20 D2 A1 F5 16 C4 C9 D4 D3 1024/925BCB55 1997/11/01