Using GnuPG on Windows/Linux
Wed May 21 14:09:42 2003
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On Wed, 14 May 2003 21:59:30 +0200, Johan Parin <Johan.Parin@abc.se> wrote
about Using GnuPG on Windows/Linux:
> What would be the best way to set this up? Any suggestions welcome.
Hi Johan and others,
This is not exactly the answer you asked for, but my suggestion is to set
it up under Win the Windows way (preferably on NTFS) and under Linux the
Linux way. If you want to share your key ring I suggest you take your
keyring(s) with you via a FAT(32) partition during reboot time. In Linux
you can gpg (--interactive) --import myother_pubring.gpg and I am sure
this will work in Windows too. Secret keys too.
When I upgraded my Windows box at long last to a multiboot box running
Linux (~99% of 24/7 hours) I took my keys with me and hardly use those
in Windows anymore.
Registered Linux user # 309037
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