/dev/null ownership and moving keys

David T-G davidtg-gnupg@justpickone.org
Mon May 13 18:34:02 2002

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David, et al --

=2E..and then David Shaw said...
% On Mon, May 13, 2002 at 08:36:28AM -0500, David T-G wrote:
% >=20
% > % > - gpg reports "unsafe ownership of /dev/null"; root.root at 666 has
% > % >   worked for us but I wonder what it *should* be
% > Hmmm...  So what causes the message, then?  Better yet, how do I shut it
% > up?
% The permissions warning on /dev/null is a bug.  You can safely ignore
% it.

Ah.  Thanks so much!

Since they seem to be unrelated, I think I'll try my keyring question in
a fresh thread...

% David


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