secret key cannot be imported: "no user ID"
Anthony E. Greene
Thu Aug 30 01:39:01 2001
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On Wed, 29 Aug 2001, Adam Monsen wrote:
>Ah! Interesting. That works... I can first copy the secret keyring over,
>then import the public keyring. But what the heck? I don't like that.
>I shouldn't have to transfer a binary secret keyring from one machine to
>another, should I? What if I want to move to a diffent PGP program on
The keyfiles are the same on all platforms, just like a JPEG file or
whatever. There's a defined standard and it's not platform-specific.
Anthony E. Greene <firstname.lastname@example.org> <http://www.pobox.com/~agreene/>
PGP Key: 0x6C94239D/7B3D BD7D 7D91 1B44 BA26 C484 A42A 60DD 6C94 239D
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