How to resolve "mpi too large" error?
Fri Jan 17 18:32:01 2003
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Am Freitag, 17. Januar 2003 18:12 schrieb David M Sandler:
> > Would you mind to provied a little bit more information?
> > Do you have more than one secret key? Is gnupg asking for an mantra? =
> > ...
> I have a public and secret key pair that I generated, and I also have a
> public key from another source which I imported and signed. That is al=
> The file that I am trying to decrypt was encrypted by this other source=
You can only decrypt file with your secret keys wich where encrypted with=
private keys. When the file was encrypted with the public key from the ot=
source then you have no chance to decrypt it. Or you must get hold of the=
other secret key.
> I don't understand what a mantra is, but GnuPG is not asking for one.
A Mantra is a password for the secret keys. You are asked for when you=20
generate your key-pair.
> I apologize if I am not being entirely clear. I'm new to GnuPG.
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