Migrate from gnupg/Linux to gnupg/win32
tmz at pobox.com
Sun Feb 12 20:19:19 CET 2006
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Kevin L. Collins wrote:
> Following a Mozilla guide, I tried to move my gpg keyrings to the
> CLI of gpg for windows. This was done so that I could get
> Thunderbird signing and encrypting my e-mails.
> Apparently my secret key mae in just fine, as I can at least sign
> outgoing e-mails. But my public keyring is hosed. Here's what I
> get when I run 'gpg --list-keys':
Any pointers as to what Mozilla guide and how it instructed you to
move the keyrings? Maybe that'd make it easier for someone to spot
why your pubring didn't get imported properly.
Here's how I'd try this (not tested since I'm fortunate enough to not
have a windows box handy):
gpg --export > public-keys.gpg
gpg --export-secret-keys > secret-keys.gpg
gpg --export-ownertrust > ownertrust.gpg
gpg --import public-keys.gpg secret-keys.gpg
gpg --import-ownertrust ownertrust.gpg
Todd OpenPGP -> KeyID: 0xD654075A | URL: www.pobox.com/~tmz/pgp
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-- Ambrose Bierce
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