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How do I integrate gpg with the GNOME keyring?
I use Mutt for gpg-signed email. With previous versions of Ubuntu I could tell Mutt to use gnome-gpg, which would ask for my GPG passphrase with a GUI window and then store it my GNOME keyring for 24 ...
Oct 24 '11 at 11:52
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