Secret key without public key

Tue Mar 30 02:10:35 CEST 2010

This is a development backup.  Can I copy from the another environment?

>>> Larry Brower <larry-lists at> 3/29/2010 7:06 PM >>>
> Sorry forgot to mention this is in unix.  Also, I do not have a backup 
> to re-import. 

I figured is was Unix. Without a backup you wont be able to decrypt 
the file.

Are you certain there is no backup? No backup of the system which 
could have the .gnupg directory? Tape perhaps?

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