Wed May 22 23:16:01 2002
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Just a quick answer as I'm on the way out the door...
You've actually asked a web page question rather than a gpg question,
though your first one *might* qualify. What do you see when you run
gpg --list-keys --with-colons
at your shell prompt?
Once you get that bit taken care of, you'll want to brush up on how the
web server calls external programs. I am very, very, very hopeful that
it doesn't do it as you, because no matter who you and it are that's not
a good idea. You'll essentially need to make a gpg keyring for the web
server process; the particulars of that may vary with your installation.
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
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