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Besides Seahorse, which is only the key manager, you need a package called seahorse-nautilus to be able to encrypt/decrypt files with Nautilus. It adds a menu item to the right-click context menu that allows you to encrypt a file directly from the file manager. Note: This is the package name in Ubuntu 14.04. Other versions may have a different package ...


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You're missing the private keys. Reinstalling GnuPG and Enigmail probably won't help, as this is a problem with your GnuPG key ring. It seems somehow your private key ring got corrupted. Recover a working version of ~/.gnupg from your backups. If you haven't got one, (start doing so now and) fetch the keys from your other computer, either by copying the ...


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Barring a custom install of a pre-configured system, I'd probably go with an install script run on each system. What are the commands that need to press enter? add-apt-repository's help advertises it's -y option: $ sudo add-apt-repository --help Usage: add-apt-repository [options] repository Options: -h, --help show this help message and exit -y, ...


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You can append the --assume-yes and --force-yes flags to automatically say yes to all. sudo apt-get --assume-yes --force-yes install <packagename(s)> To make these changes permanent, edit /etc/apt/apt.conf and add the lines APT::Get::Assume-Yes "true"; APT::Get::force-yes "true"; This is what the man page of apt-get says - -y, --yes, ...


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As of root open /etc/passwd to edit: sudo vim /etc/passwd and change the user's name at the beginning of a line: user:x:500:501:username:home/user:/bin/bash to: newuser:x:500:501:username:home/user:/bin/bash then if you worked of root just login, and if you have been logged in to user, logoff, and relogin.


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This typically happens when you have added a non-ubuntu repository to your apt sources, but you have not imported the public key that matches the signing key that was used to sign the packages in that repository. You can run the following command in order to import the missing key: sudo apt-key adv --keyserver keyserver.ubuntu.com --recv-keys ...


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apt-key update did not do anything. apt-get update did. Note these lines: Get:1 http://dl.google.com stable Release.gpg [198 B] Get:2 http://dl.google.com stable/main i386 Packages [1210 B] apt has found updated package information, and this information now matched the new version of google-chrome-stable. How ...


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for those really using gpg-agent, you can forget passphrases with: echo RELOADAGENT | gpg-connect-agent



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