one more question: is there a way to use additional keyring when needed ?

John Clizbe JPClizbe at
Mon Mar 10 21:18:44 CET 2008

vl.pavlov wrote:
> hello,
> i wish to use additional keyring from USB stick, (i have keys on .gnupg
> folder on my stick),
> but i have troubles, here is my gpg.conf (from ~/.gnupg)
> default-recipient-self
> keyserver
> default-cert-check-level 3
> keyserver-options auto-key-retrieve include-revoked include-subkeys
> no-mangle-dos-filenames
> no-secmem-warning
> keyring /media/USB/.gnupg/secring.gpg   << this is the new line i wrote
> probably i did something wrongly


   secret-keyring /media/USB/.gnupg/secring.gpg

If you've also moved the other *.gpg files, you'll also need

   primary-keyring /media/USB/.gnupg/pubring.gpg


   trustdb-name /media/USB/.gnupg/trustdb.gpg

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