URGENT: GNuPG 1.2.1 - secret keys help

Grant Olson kgo at grant-olson.net
Mon Mar 29 14:22:45 CEST 2010

On 3/29/2010 1:16 AM, Kannan, Aarthi [Tech] wrote:
> I do have a backup. When I run on a particular directory, the secret key gets listed. I had to cvs it to the server and then I try listing secret keys on the server folder - it fails with the invalid packet error message!
> I see the file there in the directory, with the same size. It also has read/write permissions on all the files and also the dir. Is there any other permission that I need?

Did you set the file type to binary in cvs?  CVS might be 'fixing'
linefeeds or doing some keyword expansion if you didn't.

Do the files have the same checksums on your local machine and the
server if you run something like "md5 file" or "sha256sum file"?

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