I created a master gpg key and additional signing subkey as described on Debian wiki page. I also moved the whole
.gnupg directory to
/my/save/place and deleted the primary key from the original
.gnupg directory. So far so good,
gpg2 -K shows a
sec# instead of
gpg2 --homedir=/my/save/place -K shows
sec as expected.
Hovewer, if I run
gpg2 --export-secret-keys --armor and
gpg2 --homedir=/my/save/place --export-secret-keys --armor both commands return something. Although results are different.
- Could you please explain what exactly is returned in the former and the latter cases?
- What command one should run to get a private key to save with