Automating, passwd command replies, "Need the secret key to do this."

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Tue Dec 9 07:03:18 CET 2008

Yes, I do get all the info about my key listed when I enter gpg --edit-key. There doesn't seem to be any issue locating it.

Many other linux users have an idea.
Thanks for your help though!

>> $ gpg --edit-key myID
>   After entering that command, do you get a "private key is available"
> message (I get that message in spanish, so maybe the words are not the
> same...). I get that message, and some details about my key. If you
> don't get that answer, maybe gpg is unable to locate your keyring...

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