dear all,

I m using linux (redhat 9.0) to add pgp keys after created RSA keys using
the command "pgp -kg".
But the following msg appeared when I typed the pgp -ka keys.asc command:

root@redhat [9:30pm] [...local/pgp]# !pgp
pgp -ka keys.asc
No configuration file found.
Pretty Good Privacy(tm) 2.6.3ia - Public-key encryption for the masses.
(c) 1990-96 Philip Zimmermann, Phil's Pretty Good Software. 1996-03-04
International version - not for use in the USA. Does not use RSAREF.
Current time: 2004/01/29 13:31 GMT

Looking for new keys...
pub 1024/8DE722D9 1992/07/22 Branko Lankester
pub 1024/9D997D47 1992/08/02 Peter Gutmann
pub 510/DC620423 1992/08/27 Jean-loup Gailly
pub 1024/6B39B945 1992/09/11 mathew
pub 1024/32DD98D9 1992/09/11 Vesselin V. Bontchev

pub 709/C1B06AF1 1992/09/25 Derek Atkins
pub 1024/AB779F71 1992/10/08 Armando Ramos <100010.334@compuserve.com>
pub 1024/DA87C0C7 1992/10/17 Edgar Swank
pub 1024/B0C2EADB 1993/02/18 Harald Denker
pub 1024/C7A966DD 1993/05/21 Philip R. Zimmermann
pub 1024/0778338D 1993/09/17 Philip L. Dubois
pub 1024/34D74DC1 1993/09/23 Peter Simons
......
Checking signatures...
pub 1024/8DE722D9 1992/07/22 Branko Lankester
sig! 9D997D47 1992/10/11 Peter Gutmann
sig! C7A966DD 1993/06/15 Philip R. Zimmermann
pub 1024/9D997D47 1992/08/02 Peter Gutmann
sig! C7A966DD 1994/02/06 Philip R. Zimmermann
pub 510/DC620423 1992/08/27 Jean-loup Gailly
sig! 8DE722D9 1992/09/04 Branko Lankester
pub 1024/6B39B945 1992/09/11 mathew
sig! CCEF447D 1994/11/01 Stale Schumacher
sig! 6B39B945 1992/10/12 mathew
pub 1024/32DD98D9 1992/09/11 Vesselin V. Bontchev

sig! A770AE71 1994/05/21 John DeHaven
sig! 32DD98D9 1992/09/24 Vesselin V. Bontchev

pub 709/C1B06AF1 1992/09/25 Derek Atkins
sig! C7A966DD 1994/05/07 Philip R. Zimmermann
.....

Keyfile contains:
20 new key(s)

One or more of the new keys are not fully certified.
Do you want to certify any of these keys yourself (y/N)?

why should I need to certify these keys? I only want to certify the
authorized keys. Where are all the above content hiding? Can I remote it?

Thanks
sam