[Confusion] distinction between the 2 versions 1.4.6 & 2.0.3
JPClizbe at tx.rr.com
Thu May 17 07:12:25 CEST 2007
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> gpg -a-se-u (0 or Oxkeyid) as well as gpg-a-se-u which told me the
> former is the one to be used.
> Then finally hit a brainwave and did
> gpg -a -se -u OxD8FC66D2 -r OxD8FC66D2 myloveletter.txt
> With space between each flag
The difference between commands and options may be found in the man page.
It would probably help you with the order of command line arguments.
> gpg: skipped "OxD8FC66D2": secret key not available
> gpg: myloveletter.txt: sign+encrypt failed: secret key not available
> Then I get this error. Can anybody explain me what's going wrong here?
Those look to be the letter O not the numeral 0. The numeric 0 is the correct form.
> I have substituted my keyid with the general keyid. Don't know if its safe to
> give out my keyid or not?
Unless one is forcing the use of a specific keyID, keys are usually referred to
by the keyId of the public key.
> Looking for answers. Thank you all for your time.
John P. Clizbe Inet: John (a) Mozilla-Enigmail.org
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