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I'm seeing this error message in the error.log file of my remailer. Can anyone tell me exactly what this means?
What key is not unique? Mine? Someone elses? How do I make this go away?
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On Wed, 08 Jan 2003, Hermes Admin wrote:
> I'm seeing this error message in the error.log file of my remailer.
> Can anyone tell me exactly what this means?=20
> What key is not unique? Mine? Someone elses? How do I make this go
=BBKey not unique=AB is printed if Mixmaster looks for a PGPkey and finds
more than one that matches the search criteria.
Search criteria can be algorithm and/or userid - although userid is not
the case here or it would be printed in the warning.
I think that this warning is because you have more than one secret key
of each type (RSA/ELG) in your secring.pgp.
gpg --verbose secring.pgp can verify this.
[If you've downloaded my PGP key before please redownload it for I've
changed cipher preferences: gpg --keyserver pgp.dtype.org --recv 94c09c7f]
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