Wherre to place keys under Linux
wizard at roborooter.com
Wed May 11 01:12:39 CEST 2005
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Keep your keys under your user account and specify that root should look
there in your gpg.conf. This way your user account will still be able to
read and use them even after root's had a go at them.
David Shaw wrote:
> On Tue, May 10, 2005 at 03:20:44PM +0200, Gerrit Kruijer wrote:
>>i have just installed GnuPG under Linux but have a question where to put
>>I want to use my keys for both root and user. I know copy them after
>>changes but i think that's not the best solution.
>>Does someone know what's the wright place for those files and how to
> You can share keyrings if you specify the shared keyring via "keyring"
> and "secret-keyring" in both of your gpg.conf files.
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