where is gnupg configure file

Viktor Dick viktordick86 at gmail.com
Fri Apr 1 07:49:59 CEST 2016

Are you sure that you are using gpg2? private-keys-v1.d only contains
private keys for gpg2. gpg1 stores them in ~/.gnupg/secring.gpg or
something like that. If enigmail uses gpg2 and you created your key with
gpg1, they will not see the same keys. '--version' is your friend.

IIRC, using the key with gpg2 will import it from gpg1. There was a nice
online FAQ entry or something alike where the process is described, but
I can't find it at the moment.


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