copy GNUPG keys for user from one box to another
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Thu Feb 5 20:52:27 CET 2004
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David Shaw wrote:
| On Thu, Feb 05, 2004 at 07:42:43PM -0800, Chris Fox wrote:
|>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.
| Where did you read that? --export doesn't do private keys at all.
| That's what --export-secret-keys is for.
Yeah that's what I meant. I read it in the 1.2.4 docs.
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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