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Old 02-03-2008, 03:37 PM   #1
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FSF Privacy Key Appears unable to save to itself

I'm trying to use the FSF Privacy key on 7.10 Gutsy Gibbon. I got it to mount at the right place - /media/usbdisk

and if I run, the gui comes up. I can launch any of the programs, but they are unable to save anything. For example, with revelation it asks me to set a master password. When I type in the password and the click save - it says save canceled. When I try to create a gpg key, it also errors out.

I've tried the stuff in the readme file in the /media/usbdisk directory and none of it seems to help.

Any ideas?



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