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Mon Jan 10 15:15:11 CET 2005
On Sun, 09 Jan 2005 14:45:24 -0700, David Vallier said:
> Some things do other things don't, Depends on what I want to do, So if
> a secret key got switched to public is there anything I can do to fix it??
You need quite some expierence to do that. gpgsplit is the tool to
use: Decomposite the public keyring and replace the secret (sub)key
packets with their public counterparts, the cat everything back
Using a backup will be far easier. However you need to figure out
what went wrong in the first place.
gpg --list-packets keyring
should also give some insight.
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