Thu Jul 3 17:52:02 2003
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Wolfgang Bornath wrote:
> John Clizbe wrote:
>> You need your keyring files (pubring.gpg, secring.gpg), trustdb.gpg and,
>> more than likely, your gpg.conf files. Copy them from from one machine's
>> gpg home directory and restore to the second machine's.
>> This should work fairly transparently moving between like OS.
> I just did a copy transfer and I found out that it only works if the
> versions of GnuPG are the same on both machines.
I remembered that I was going to add that caveat an oh-no-second after
clicking <Send>. Thanks, Wolfgang.
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