I have a source where I download my trusted keys, I use the
command line to import them/update them, I wanna sign those keys
with a trusted level, but It would be nice If there are one liners
gpg --import key.asc --trsuted-level=1/4
Is that possible?
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1 Posted by Mento on 16 Jun, 2016 01:07 PM
You can't set the trust during import.
Have a look at --import-ownertrust; it allows you to set the trust of multiple keys at once.
2 Posted by Mitchel on 16 Jun, 2016 01:17 PM
I know I can't now, but it would be a feature what I would like to have when I import keys.
Is there some documentation about --import-ownertrust? I can't find anything about that?
3 Posted by Mento on 16 Jun, 2016 01:28 PM
we are not the developers of GnuPG – we are only compiling it for Mac OS X – so we can't implement a new feature. The GnuPG developers are here: https://gnupg.org/
There isn’t much documentation of --import-ownertrust. You could look at man gpg2.
4 Posted by Mitchel on 16 Jun, 2016 01:33 PM
Ah I'm sorry! I will place there a feature request!
Thanks for your help!
Steve closed this discussion on 16 Jun, 2016 01:34 PM.