gpg New Bee
Sat Mar 23 06:28:02 2002
>%gpg -u <UID> --decrypt myTest1.gpg
>It keeps asking for my pass phrase and not that of the "test" user pass
If I understand your problem, this is a suggested solution when you have a
file encrypted for multiple recipient. I don't know if this is a bug or
not but when decrypting, gpg ALWAYS use the first user in the secring.gpg
file even if you specify the user with -u option.
%gpg --export-secret-keys <UID> > gpgtemp.asc
%gpg --no-default-keyring --secret-keyring gpgtemp.asc --decrypt
I hope this helps you.