gpg-agent override to import secret keys in 2.1

Ben McGinnes ben at
Fri May 22 09:30:05 CEST 2015

On 22/05/2015 5:14 pm, Werner Koch wrote:
> On Thu, 21 May 2015 21:52, ben at said:
>> 	Does anyone know whether or not there is an override command
>> or option to force -agent to read/import secret keys after the initial
>> migration to version 2.1?
> If you want to migrate the keys from a secring.gpg again to the 2.1
> secret key stoarge, you may either use
>   gpg2 --batch --import secring.gpg
> oops, of course that should read 
>   gpg1 --export-secret-keys | gpg2 --batch --import
> or you delete the .gpg-v21-migrated file and gpg2 will do it for you.
> Keys which already exist won't be imported again.

Ah-ha!  Brilliant, thanks Werner, this is exactly what I was looking for.


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