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Old 13th June 2009, 06:34 PM
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GNU Privacy Assistant and private keys

Hi folks

I just moved from Fedora 10 to Fedora 11 and did so with a complete fresh install rather than an upgrade. Before I did this I used rsync to back up my Fedora 10 installation to an external USB drive.

In Fedora 10 I used GNU Privacy Assistant to manage public/private keyrings. When I tried to import what I thought was the private keys it seems that it's only the public part that's there. Where might I find the private keyrings on my external USB disk so I can bring them in to Fedora 11? Or is there an easier/better way to do this (without creating new keys)? I use the keys a lot for signing and/or encrypting emails and files.


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