[Novalug] Ubuntu (Gutsy) and my .gnupg directory
rich.goodwin at cox.net
Wed Nov 14 21:40:34 EST 2007
My .gnupg is owned by me (group is users - std for SuSe). I have copied
the directory around to different systems w/o any issues. All files
in .gnupg have 600 permissions (-rw-------) and have the same
On Wed, 2007-11-14 at 21:36 -0500, Nick Danger wrote:
> My .gnupg directory is owned by root. Probably from becoming root and
> doing various package verification etc during install/updates. Can I
> safely make this owned by me and move in my just found old copy of
> .gnupg files? I think I found my gpg key I made/had signed in VA at a
> keysigning we did a while ago. Assuming it didn't expire that is.
> Just checking with the Ubuntu experts before I hose anything.
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GPG/PGP Key Id: 1B257AEC from pgp.mit.edu
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