Tue Jan 22 12:55:01 2002
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On Tuesday 22 January 2002 12:12, Graham Todd wrote:
> I was using GPG in Windows and now I'd like to import my keyrings
> saved on a floppy into GPG in Linux. I've managed to import my
> pubring.gpg file, but I can't seem to import my secring.gpg file or
> trust ownership file. I've read the help file and the onsite
> documentation, but at this stage of using Linux, I can't follow it.
You tried --allow-secet-key-import, didn't you?
FTAA's anti-circumvention provisions represent US imperialism at its
worst. They seek to impose restrictive laws on both the US and other
countries, in order to prevent established US businesses from facing
both domestic and foreign competition.
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Stop Hollywood Forcing Technology Ban on 34 Countries
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