before a couple of minutes trying to submit key to keyserver ends in time out but now It is saying that Nothing to export for key submit command also..... i went to the .gnupg directory n saw the MyKey.txt blank file there that was created in failed try to export my key. I just del that .txt file but still ... my .gnupg directory is fine.. all the files r there but my Keylisting command is also not working....
gpg --list-keys gives no response..... :( what's the hell going with me... m confused..... Is it that much hard to keep working on project....?
Just lost... someone help .. plz
On 7/14/07, Mustafa Qasim <[email protected]> wrote:
It Returns gpg: WARNING: nothing exported
:( .... what to do? can't i extract the ASCII on my local system .. Is it necessary to send to to an e-mail address?On 7/14/07, Mikkel L. Ellertson <[email protected] > wrote:Mustafa Qasim wrote:--
> Thanx for ur kind reply but sir i couldn't understand by what file do u
> mean by mykey.txt??
> till yet i think that ~/.gnupg/pubring.gpg is the file holding my key
> and i couldn't send it to mit keyserver and also couldn't export the
> ASCII from it.. i've tried
> gpg --export --armor [email protected]
> <mailto: [email protected]>>pubring.gpg but it says that Nothing
> Exported..(Yep m in .gnupg directory)
I guess the command got distorted. It should have been:
gpg --export --armor [email protected] > mykey.txt
You can also use:
gpg --export --armor [email protected] --output mykey.txt
(No mailto: before the email address.
mykey.txt is where the ASCII version of the key would be saved. By
default, the output of gpg --export goes to the standard output. By
using > or --output you redirect the output to a file.
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