Gnupg & PGP6.5.1i - 2nd

L. Sassaman
Sat, 27 May 2000 15:00:34 -0700 (PDT)

Hash: SHA1

I just posted this on Friday, again. Can we make this an FAQ? 

gpg --s2k-cipher-algo=CAST5 --s2k-digest-algo=SHA1 --compress-algo=1
- --edit-key keyid

where keyid is your keyid. Remove the password, then do:

gpg --export-secret-key --no-comment -a keyid >keyid_secert.asc

Then copy it to the windows machine, add it, restore the passphrases (on

gpg --edit-key keyid
 > passwd
 > save

BTW, is there anything wrong with using CAST5 as the default s2k in
GnuPG? Please... :)

- --Len.

On Sat, 27 May 2000, Tobi Klein wrote:

> Hi again,
> now I tried to import the PGP keys in Gnupg.
> # gpg --import secring.skr
> # gpg --import pubring.pkr
> Wow, and it seemed to work: I encrypted and signed a message under
> win-pgp6.5.1i and send it to my linux-box. I fired up pine with
> pgp4pine-support and I could encrypt the message under linux-gnupg!
> But now, when I try to encrypt&sign a message under linux-gnupg it fails:
> ----->8 snip 8<------
> You know all recipient keys. You may:
> a)Sign and encrypt the message
> ...
> Make your choice [a]:
> gpg: übersprungen '039F0E4EC992085F7': Geheimer Schlüssel nicht vorhanden
> gpg: /tmp/sf000475: sign+encrypt failed: Geheimer Schlüssel nicht vorhanden
> ----->8 snip 8<------
> humpf... any hints on this ? or is it impossible to use pgp keys with gnupg?
> best regards,
> Tobi
__ L. Sassaman System Administrator | "It's a nice day Technology Consultant | to start again." icq.. 10735603 | pgp.. finger:// | --Billy Idol -----BEGIN PGP SIGNATURE----- Comment: OpenPGP Encrypted Email Preferred. iD8DBQE5MEWKPYrxsgmsCmoRAmebAKCgCpvIguxrnHhBeUT9tx2uLfBFZQCfXeyd h3EVWZoTQxrZC3JDGY/6IDo= =p+OO -----END PGP SIGNATURE-----