GnuPG in Linux
bahamut at digital-signal.net
Tue Oct 30 21:14:02 CET 2007
Charly Avital wrote:
> My question, please help: where, how can I find and open, actually open
> and edit as required, gpg.conf?
You have to create the file yourself and place it in ~/.gnupg.
Robert suggested gedit, but if you have KDE (you mentioned that you
installed kgpg), you can use Kate or KWrite (personally, I like Kate
because KDE is pretty and GNOME is ugly IMO), but any of these (or a
terminal-based editor if you want, or really, pretty much any text
editor at all) will work.
Windows NT 5.1.2600.2180 | Thunderbird 188.8.131.52 | Enigmail 0.95.5 | GPG 1.4.7
Key ID: 0xF88E034060A78FCB - available on major keyservers and upon request
Fingerprint: 4A84 CAE2 A0D3 2AEB 71F6 07FD F88E 0340 60A7 8FCB
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