Newbie w/ strange error msg
Mon Jun 30 03:51:36 2003
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Am Donnerstag, 26. Juni 2003 09:09 schrieb Michael Schweppe:
> I'm new to this list and hoping to find a pointer in the right
> I recently installed GnuGP on my PowerBook G4. The app seems to work
> fine. I can encrypt/decrypt locally with no issues.
> However a friend recently started using PGP 8 and sent me an encrypted
> message with my public key. When I went to decrypt it I got this text
> in a pop up dialog box:
> gpg: NOTE: old default options file '/Users/michaels/.gnupg/options'
> Can someone tell me what this means?
2. The "~/.gnupg/options" file was the config file in older versions. It is=
replaced by the gpg.conf file. If gnupg.conf is available "options" is=20
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Default configuration file
Old style configuration file; only used when
gpg.conf is not found
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Version: GnuPG v1.3.2 (GNU/Linux)
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