Re: gpg: invalid subkey binding
On Sat, Oct 05, 2002 at 01:05:40PM +0200, martin f krafft wrote:
> note the third line (second of the output) complaining about an
> "invalid subkey binding". any clues what that is?
> fishbowl:~> gpg --recv-key 330c4a75
> gpg: requesting key 330C4A75 from HKP keyserver wwwkeys.pgp.net
> gpg: key 330C4A75: invalid subkey binding
> gpg: key 330C4A75: not changed
> gpg: Total number processed: 1
> gpg: unchanged: 1
> this is on sarge:
> ii gnupg 1.0.7-2 GNU privacy guard - a free PGP replacement.
Do you have more than 2 sub-keys?
From my document... (Chapter 14)
As of now, good keyservers are:
Here one must be careful not to create more than 2 sub-keys. If you do,
keyservers on pgp.net will corrupt your key. Also only one keyserver can
be specified in $HOME/.gnupg/options.
Unfortunately, the following does not work any more:
This has been discussed here many times.
I, for one, created a new GPG key for Debian application to avoid this
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Osamu Aoki @ Cupertino CA USA, GPG-key: A8061F32
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