gpg utils W9x vs. Linux

Bill Turner turner_bill at
Fri May 21 00:29:21 CEST 2004

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Werner Koch wrote:
| On Mon, 03 May 2004 20:05:44 -0500, Bill Turner said:
|>2.  If not, can someone recommend a good 'general gnupg' util, with
|>similar functionality to gpgshell, for the Linux side of the box?
| Don't known gpgshell but all is probably the best choice
| for a Windows based key management (and more) tool.
|   Werner

Thanks Werner.  Have it installed.  For the moment have decided to go
solely with w98 till I get another hard drive at least.  6GB just isn't
very much.

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Type bits /keyID    Date       User ID
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