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Importing Secrect keys from Linux to Windows..

On Fri, 2006-09-29 at 15:15 -0400, Myrle Francis wrote:
> Thanks John,
>   I am Using GnuPG.. so thanks also for leting me know what I files I
> need to import... I was just about to google that questin :)

I don't think you even need to import them; you should be able to 
use them exactly as-is. 

If you import them, you end up with two separate keychains with 
the same keys, and you have to make an effort to keep them in 
sync. granted, it's not a huge effort, but it's also unnecessary. 

In the GbuPG configuration, you can point it directly to the 
folder on the usb key that contains the keyrings. 

John Abreau
IT Manager
Zuken USA
238 Littleton Rd., Suite 100
Westford, MA 01886
T: 978-392-1777            F: 978-692-4725
M: 978-764-8934
E: John.Abreau at  W:

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