gpg: failed to create temporary file
greg_motter at hotmail.com
Wed Sep 5 16:27:46 CEST 2007
Hello all. I'm having issues again. Now I'm not able to create the temporary
files for some reason.
gpg: WARNING: unsafe ownership on homedir `xxxxxx'
~gpg: failed to create temporary file `/xxxxxxx/.#lk4000d0d8.universe.1881':
~gpg: keyblock resource `/xxxxxxx/xxxx': general error
~gpg: failed to create temporary file
`/xxxxxxxxxx/.#lk4000d0d8.universe.1881': Permission denied
~gpg: keyblock resource `/xxxxx/xxxx': general error
~gpg: xxxx at xxxx.com: skipped: public key not found
~gpg: /xxxxxxxxxxx/test1.txt: encryption failed: public key not found~'
I guess my first question is, what should the permissions be on all of the
files? I'd thought it was supposed to be read for everyone write for only
owner and root and no execute, but that seems to be causing issues.
Thanks for your responses.
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