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[Discuss] Sharing gnupg keyring among computers

I've been doing this in one form or another since the early PGP days.
Given that the stated purpose of PGP and GPG is signing and encrypting
mail it makes sense to have an appropriate key chain everywhere mail is
sent and read.

Since my most common use of GnuPG these days is XZ2C4 passwords it
doesn't make sense to consider any instance a "master". Key stores and
key rings are synchronized together between home and moving systems.

Rich P.

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