Key Management Through GUI

George Schoelles
Mon Jan 7 14:39:02 2002

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There ain't none that aren't buggy as hell or are missing key features.

I have 4 different interfaces for gpg installed and and can't get one to do 
the job.

Best you can hope for is support from your Email client at this point. Kmail 
works great for handling signatures.

On Monday 07 January 2002 04:09 am, you wrote:
> I'm new to Linux and I'm used to Key Management of GnuPG in Windows
> through a GUI as in WinPT or GPGShell, but I can't seem to find any
> programs in Linux that use the GUI and are not "buggy" or no longer
> supported.
> Can anyone direct me to such a program?
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