[Wolves] KGpg problem

Peter Cannon peter at cannon-linux.co.uk
Tue Mar 8 09:09:53 GMT 2005

On Monday 07 March 2005 21:42, Tim Humpherson wrote:

> Ok, will try that, from root.
> Cheers, mate.


Don't do it from root

You don't need to be root to get a key pair, your only creating that for the 
email address you use.

I take it you start KGpg (Key Management) select 'Keys' on the drop down menu 
select generate key pair.

Put your name in then the email address you want to create a key pair for, 
fill in any other bits you want then click ok.

You should get a whizzing icon/image, he presto theres your new key.

Next check to see if you have some keyservers (settings/configure KGpg) then 
export your key to the server you want that way others will be able to import 
your key.

Peter Cannon.
peter at cannon-linux.co.uk
Fedora Core 3 & Suse Pro 9.2

"There is every excuse for not knowing
there is no excuse for not asking"
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