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By far the simplest way to handle this now is with Y-PPA-Manager (which now integrates the launchpad-getkeys script with a graphical interface). To install it, first add the webupd8 repository for this program: sudo add-apt-repository ppa:webupd8team/y-ppa-manager Update your software list and install Y-PPA-Manager: sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get ...
Let me begin by saying I had the exact same issue... I found and post a solution for configuring GPG passphrase cache retention time on Ubuntu on another question. There is however a minor issue with the second method (disabling the GPG component of the GnomeKeyring) and Thunderbird/Enigmail: when the cache is cleared, you may get a message saying the ...
Let me begin by saying I had the exact same issue... Your GPG secrets are probably being handled by the Gnome Keyring, even if gpg-agent is running. This answer provides some details on the available options for it. Another way is to disable the GPG component of the Gnome Keyring, so that gpg-agent is used: You can do this by removing (or renaming to ...
To add apt-keys you must use: sudo apt-key adv --keyserver hkp://keyserver.ubuntu.com:80 --recv-keys E084DAB9
There is no real way of revoking this key without your original private keys. You should keep your private key and revocation key stored off system for such cases like this. Something I've learned early on in playing with PGP/GnuPG. Create a new key with a text description saying something like "As of
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