Wed Jun 5 15:05:02 2002
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=2E..and then firstname.lastname@example.org said...
Hi! I hope you got some sleep last night ;-)
% gzip -c zip.php | gpg -o data.gpg -a -e -r andreas
% gpg: Warning: using insecure memory!
% gpg: Datensicherung: skipped: public key not found
% gpg: [stdin]: encryption failed: public key not found
You really shouldn't have to use --default-recipient, so let's do some
What do you get when you run
gpg --list-keys --with-colons
(better yet, when the web server does it, to avoid the sort of confusion
we had before; have you been editing the trust on the right copy of the
key?)? That can help us see the trust level (well, I *think* it can :-)
I've done the same sort of thing with a key for backups only, but that
was under an older version of gpg, so I don't have much detail.
HTH & HAND
David T-G * It's easier to fight for one's principles
(play) email@example.com * than to live up to them. -- fortune cookie
http://www.justpickone.org/davidtg/ Shpx gur Pbzzhavpngvbaf Qrprapl Npg!
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