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[Discuss] Duplicate entries in Gnu PG
- Subject: [Discuss] Duplicate entries in Gnu PG
- From: invalid at pizzashack.org (Derek Martin)
- Date: Tue, 2 Feb 2016 14:40:59 -0600
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On Sat, Jan 30, 2016 at 10:51:18AM -0500, Jerry Feldman wrote: > My primary key appears to be duplicated in my GnuPG keyring. I can > manually encrypt and decrypt keys. > [gaf at gaf ~]$ gpg --list-keys | grep B7F14F2F > pub 4096R/B7F14F2F 2014-09-15 [expires: 2017-09-14] > pub 4096R/B7F14F2F 2014-09-15 [expires: 2017-09-14] Seems like a bug... However, the trouble with grep is that it filters out much additional context--and sometimes the extra context matters, in ways you didn't necessarily realize beforehand. This is an idea I often find myself reiterating to certain support folks over and over... ;-) If you view the full entries for those keys, does that reveal anything interesting (different)? Just remove the pipe and the grep from your command line, and it should show you just that key. If that only lists your key once, pipe to less instead, and search for your key ID. If need be (say, because the entries are not close to each other in the output) you can copy the full entries to a file to compare them, or something. -- Derek D. Martin http://www.pizzashack.org/ GPG Key ID: 0xDFBEAD02 -=-=-=-=- This message is posted from an invalid address. Replying to it will result in undeliverable mail due to spam prevention. Sorry for the inconvenience.