copy GNUPG keys for user from one box to another
dissectingtable at comcast.net
Thu Feb 5 19:42:43 CET 2004
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Steve Butler wrote:
| Some folks already have another keyring on the other end. I have one
| windows box which has some keys I don't want on the Linux box. And the
| other way also from the Linux side.
| Folks should know how to do an --export --import (with appropriate
| in addition to cp, mv, ftp, tar, copy, rename, and a host of other
I've read in the gpg docs that --export doesn't do private keys
properly. I usually export from PGPkeys in Windows and pass around that
file, since it does private keys properly. If I didn't have that option
I'd just copy the file itself around.
Chris Fox, Windows User, Linux User (#341856), non-partisan
"[The multiplicity of reality at large] is an inescapable consequence of
[quantum theory's] allowing superpositions of what classical physics
would regard as mutually exclusive alternatives."
~ -- Michael Lockwood /Brit. J. Phil. Sci./ (1995)
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