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On Thursday 13 November 2014 at 10:33:31 PM, in
<mid:546531BB.2000206 at gbenet.com>, david at gbenet.com wrote:
> I exported my keys to a USB stick. Then I copied my
> .gnupg to a new Linux laptop. Then I imported my keys.
> I thought that I would be fine.
> But I get the following error when signing my mail:
> "Key 0xAAd8C47D not found or not valid. The (sub-)key
> might have expired."
Assuming you exported/imported the private keys as well as the public
keys, did you set the ownertrust back to "ultimate" after importing?
> The key is visible in Enigmail
> Kgpg Kleopatra GPA I'm not able to edit my key I can't
> enter my passphrase.
For what it's worth, you don't need the passphrase to edit the
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