Wiping HD (noob question)
danbensen at att.net
Fri Jan 23 12:53:17 CET 2009
Dan Bensen wrote:
> What do I have to do to keep my current gpg authentication if I reformat
> the hard drive it's installed on and reinstall gpg with a new OS?
From: John Clizbe <John at Mozilla-Enigmail.org>
> Open a command prompt and issue the command:
> gpg --version
I think it's too late for that :/
I did copy my home directory though, so I have ~/.gnupg/,
which contains gpg.conf, public.gpg, pubring.gpg, random_seed,
revoke.gpg, secring.gpg, and trustdb.gpg.
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