Wed Sep 3 09:50:02 2003
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Aapo Anderson wrote:
> I was looking through the thread's in the past few months, but didn't
> find anything on the subject.
> I'm using gnupg in the W2K-environment and want to upgrade gnupg from
> 1.2.2 to 1.2.3. Do I just unpack and put the new files on the old
> in the my gnupg-directory? Will my old keys, created in 1.2.2 work
> properly with 1.2.3? Just wondering since I've had problems with my
> key's in different versions of gnupg.
That's all there is too it. gnupg.org distros all live in one directory.
Nullify build have directories for Doc, Lib, and Locale files. unzip to
a temp folder and drag to the proper new home. Backup *.gpg and gpg.conf
files just to be safe.
I also take the time to export the trustdb, do the --update-trustdb
maintenance; and run gpg --rebuild-keydb-caches a couple times.
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