[CURRENT-20020502] controlchan typo

Russ Allbery rra at stanford.edu
Fri May 3 22:02:17 UTC 2002

Bettina Fink <fink at irrlicht.net> writes:

> 3). STABLE-20020501:
> $ grephistory '<checkgroups_2002-05 at dana.de>' | xargs sm | pgpverify
> <moderator at dana.de>

> 4). CURRENT-20020502:
> $ grephistory '<checkgroups_2002-05 at dana.de>' | xargs sm | pgpverify
> <moderator at dana.de>

> All machines use PGP-2.x, but 3). and 4). also have GnuPG installed
> somewhere on the system (but it should not be used). I'm pretty sure
> that it has something to do with that.

As of the last pgpverify checkin on both STABLE and CURRENT, GnuPG is used
by preference if it's installed and available.  So it sounds like
pgpverify is using GnuPG, and you're seeing the same symptom as I was,
namely that if you import the current de.* key into GnuPG it thinks that
moderator at dana.de is the default UID.

gpg --edit-key, use uid <n> to select the moderator at dana.de UID, and doing
deluid and then exiting and saving will probably fix the problem for you
as well.

Russ Allbery (rra at stanford.edu)             <http://www.eyrie.org/~eagle/>

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