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George Schoelles
Sat Dec 22 01:47:01 2001

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What do you get when you "gpg --list -keys"

It sounds like gpg doesn't see your key rings.

On Friday 21 December 2001 12:38 pm, Richard B. Tilley (Brad) wrote:
> Hello,
> I copyed my /.gnupg to another Linux PC. Now, when I try to encrypt on the
> new PC, this is what I see:
> gpg -e filename
> You did not specify a user ID. (you may use "-r")
> Enter the user ID:
> When I enter my idea gpg says: No such user ID
> Can someone help me to understand this?
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