Forgot my passphrase.
Mon May 26 04:58:02 2003
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If you are on a Unix system, it might make sense to do an in-place
backup using something like RCS. This would simply check-in a revision
of the key ring files into a revision controlled ",v" file. You could
keep it in your ~/.gnupg directory as a matter of convenience. Revision
control is not just for software development.
On Sunday, May 25, 2003, at 07:06 PM, Daniel Carrera wrote:
>> It's also a good lesson on the value of keeping backups, which would
>> enable you to return to a version of the key with the old passphrase
> Good idea. I'll do that in the future.
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