GnuPG FAQ 4.14 automated environment
Anthony E. Greene
Thu Oct 10 11:18:02 2002
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On 09-Oct-2002/17:41 +0100, email@example.com wrote:
>I followed the instructions in FAQ 4.14 to get automatic signing.
>I managed to remove the passphrase alright, but only by changing the name of
>secring.auto to secring.gpg in the test directory.
>It is the part about installing secring.auto as the secret keyring on the
>target machine that is failing me. I thought that all I would have to do
>would be to copy the keyrings into the appropriate directory on the target
>I do this then try and sign but I get the following error messages
>gpg: secret key parts are not available
>gpg: no default secret key: general error
>gpg: test.txt: clearsign failed: general error
>Can someone please provide me the detailed instructions that I need to get
>it to work.
Did you use the --homedir option on the command line?
Anthony E. Greene <mailto:Anthony%20E.%20Greene%20%3Cagreene@pobox.com%3E>
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