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[suse-security] I'm stumped what exactly is kpgp/gnupgp looking for in a "valid" passphrase?
Date: Thu Jul 07 2005 - 13:14:46 CDT
I have tried just about everything I can think of and no matter what it is
I get the same result "invalid passphrase please try again, until after a
while it just says, invalid passphrase and revocation certificate ( or
anything else that wants a passphrase ) is not created..
I tried reading the manual but got no help there...
oh, it's Suse 9.3 a clean install , And I am attempting to put back the
gnupg and kpgp items from 9.2, I can import them from a keyserver, but
although a click on the kpgp icon shows the files , if I attempt to use
one for a signature in kmail, it tells me there is no information there.
Decrypts do the same it claims there is no information in the file...
I can't even make a new one that shows up.. I have tried that as well.
kpgp fingerprint:2974 C0EF 1FDB E4FF 94C6 EF99 BD5E CC94 823B 8B73
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