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Old 04-22-2005, 01:29 PM   #1
shakespeare
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seahorse on FreeSBIE ( export private key )


i used seahorse on freeSBIE 1.1 to make/generate a PGP key. in seahorse there's menu to export public key but there is NO to export private key to asc format. i've read man gpg in console to export a key. so i try to export my private key with command :

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#gpg --export <my name>  privatekeyname.asc
after that, i find the privatekeyname.asc in my home directory but its not found. so, i used find command in console but still not found, so where is my privatekeyname.asc or what the command to export it to my home directory ?
 
  


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