Control: reassign -1 gnupg 2.1.15-3
Control: forcemerge 838153 -1

On Wed, Oct 12, 2016 at 04:50:47PM -0700, Diane Trout wrote:
> I had run apt-key on a couple of machines to remove keys for a private
> repository and I noticed one machine didn't report the key id or
> fingerpint of keys.
> Both machines are running apt 1.3.1, but the first machine without the
> fingerprint has gnupg 2.1, while the machine with the key id and
> fingerprint has gnupg 1.4.20 installed.
> So I'm guessing it has something to do with the change to gnupg modern.
> Versions of packages apt recommends:
> ii  gnupg   2.1.15-3

It's a bug in gnupg, reassigned & merged as such (which if all works
well also closes this bugreport).

Note that this bug was fixed in version 2.1.15-4, so a call to arms for
trusty and (at least this time) bug-free 'apt' should free you of your
troubles. :)

Best regards

David Kalnischkies

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