This is what I get when I run 'gpg --gen-key' as 'user'
gpg: no writable public keyring found: eof
Key generation failed: eof
gpg: note: random_seed file not updated
On Sat, 15 Nov 2003 08:46:27 -0500
Ed Budd <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> Uh, someone correct me if I'm wrong but I think you have to generate
> your key AS the user you want to use it under. Looks like maybe you
> created a gpg key for ROOT, not Bryan Cassidy.
> gpg --list-keys
> ...should help clarify/confirm this.
> On Fri, 14 Nov 2003 18:45:51 -0600
> Bryan Cassidy <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> > I used FreeBSD 4.8 without any problems with GPGME + Sylpheed. This
> > last time using 4.8 I didn't install/configure gpgme + sylpheed but I
> > did a update to 4.9 and set this up but I get an error in Sylpheed
> > saying"Error could not find any key associated with currently selected
> > key id'Bryan Cassidy'. Yes, I ran gpg --gen-key as root and set it up.
> > I have
> > Sign Message by default
> > Use clear text signature
> > Specify key manually
> > User or key ID: Bryan Cassidy
> > Set in Privacy. I tried unchecking Use clear text signature and just
> > Sign message by default and vice versa.
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