import keys from PGP 8.03
eocsor at gmail.com
Sun Jan 16 02:04:02 CET 2005
But does gpg --list-secret-keys say anything?
My uneducated guess is that you only imported your public key.
On Sat, 15 Jan 2005 19:24:04 +0100, stefan <stefan at fuhrmann.homedns.org> wrote:
> Hello List,
> I'am trying to get the gnupg running on ubuntu Linux. I want to use
> Evolution as mail client.
> I have a PGP key that I had imported from PGP 8.03 to gnupg. And I
> can't encrypt or sign I got the message that the secure key is missing
> but when I have a look with "gpg --list-keys" all seems to be okay.
> What is wrong??
> I tried gpa , but the gui comes up with the question if I want to create
> a key or not and then the gui stand complitily still.
> It seems that my imported key is not the default key. But I set it over
> the bash "gpg --default-key name" but here I get the possibility to
> write text. I can't see that my selected key is default.
> I want to use ubuntu as my desktop environment, it's made for this and I
> test it now. And it's important to me to get a running encrytion.
> Please, can someone help me with this issues??
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