Can you help me??...I need it!
linux at codehelp.co.uk
Fri Jan 9 18:54:17 CET 2004
On Tuesday 06 Jan 2004 3:21 pm, Dave.Jones at cfgraphics.com wrote:
> To anyone who can help:
> I am trying to run Gnupg using WinPT. When I start it I get this message:
> (Embedded image moved to file: pic24868.pcx)
WinPT Key Caching
Caching keyrings, please wait . . .
Key Cache Error ec=10361968
(.jpg would be a better choice than .pcx - it's a compressed format. Better
still, quote the text in the email as above, instead of sending images.)
You'll probably only solve this by using GnuPG at the command line. Can you
list your own keys. Try gpg --update-trustdb
Have you generated a key of your own? --gen-key
> I can't import any keys or do anything. I hope someone can help me find
> what I've done wrong.
Who says it's you at fault? - Windows isn't exactly innocent in installation
errors. I suspect your Registry keys for the install may have been corrupted.
Try uninstalling and reinstalling - always worth doing on a Windows system.
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