nicole.faerber at kernelconcepts.de
Fri Nov 14 12:56:50 CET 2014
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Oh please, I am using gnupg with the same keys on at least five
machines with no issue.
I simply copied the .gnupg directory, end of story.
Am 14.11.2014 um 12:45 schrieb david at gbenet.com:
> On 14/11/14 11:34, Nicholas Cole wrote:
>> I'm sorry you are having problems, but I think this is just
>> nonsense. Of course people move keys between machines all the
>> time. I have done it myself often. I don't think that anyone
>> deserves that level of abuse -- certainly not someone who has put
>> years of work into a program that is an industry standard and
>> released it for free.
>> On Fri, Nov 14, 2014 at 10:42 AM, david at gbenet.com
>> <david at gbenet.com> wrote:
>>> Hi All,
>>> After spending 62 hours on what I thought would be a simple
>>> task namely to get a fully functioning gnupg mirror on my 64
>>> bit Linux system - I realise this is an impossible task to do.
>>> In the past I've ended up creating a new set of certificates -
>>> but this time round I thought that I would apply some effort.
>>> My conclusion is It IS Impossible To Transfer Your Keys From
>>> The Same O/S To Another Machine.
>>> There is no one in the entire universe that has ever attempted
>>> it. And if they have THEY HAVE FAILED. Not one person on this
>>> list knows how to do it successfully. No one. NOT ONE OF YOU
>>> can transfer a mirror image of your .gnupg folder and expect it
>>> to work.
>>> This tells me what I have long suspected - yes it's good at
>>> encryption and signing but the programme is fundamentally
>>> flawed as to make it utter crap. My keys are PERFECT but the
>>> software is CRAP. Werner Koch knows it's crap. Every one knows
>>> it's crap.
>>> So, If I want to go on signing and encrypting my emails I HAVE
>>> TO CREATE ANOTHER SET A BLOODY KEYS!!!!!!!!
>>> I am not a happy bunny!!!
>>> -- “See the sanity of the man! No gods, no angels, no demons,
>>> no body. Nothing of the kind.Stern, sane,every brain-cell
>>> perfect and complete even at the moment of death. No delusion.”
>>> https://linuxcounter.net/user/512854.html - http://gbenet.com
>>> _______________________________________________ Gnupg-users
>>> mailing list Gnupg-users at gnupg.org
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> I have done everything correctly - and my conclusions are still the
> same NO ONE HAS EVER SUCCESSFULLY MADE A MIRROR COPY OF THEIR
> .GNUPG AND HAD A FULLY 100 PER CENT WORKING SIGNING AND ENCRYPTION
> PROGRAMME THAT WORKS.
> THERE IS NO CLEAR INSTRUCTIONS FROM ANYONE - SIMPLY BECAUSE YOU
> HAVE NEVER EVER DONE IT.
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