Tue Jan 22 12:38:02 2002
to import your trust-database, it must be exported first to have it
in the right form. like this:
gpg --export-ownertrust > trust.txt (on your windows machine)
then you can import that file on your linuxbox with
gpg --import-ownertrust trust.txt
To be able to import a secret key you have to give the
--allow-secret-key-import option. Like this:
gpg --import --allow-secret-key-import secring.gpg
But all this can be found in the manpage ( man gpg)
* Am Tue, Jan 22, 2002 at 11:12:18AM +0000 , schrieb Graham Todd:
> I've gone over to Linux and I'm a real newbie!
> 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.
> Its probably simple enough, but could somebody guide me through?
> Graham <email@example.com>
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