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comment PGP Enigmail Problem, can no longer decrypt or sign my own messages
This worked for me, thanks. Much less intrusive/violent than most other solutions above. Strongly suggest everyone try this one first.
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comment installaton of ubuntu 14.04 on dell precision t7810 fails: No boot device found
I discovered this the hard way too. The only officially supported Linux's on Dell's Tower Workstation line (T8710, T9710, etc) are Ubuntu 12.04LTS, and Red Hat 7. Neither CentOS, Fedora, nor any other version of Ubuntu will install on it. Trying to figure out why and if there's a workaround, but don't know yet.
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comment Can't import keys to keyring, nothing happening
Ok thanks, will keep hacking at it.
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comment Can't import keys to keyring, nothing happening
Thank you. I'm trying to import them both into Ubuntu (12.04) Keyring, and into OpenPGP/Enigmail in Mozilla Thunderbird. With Keyring I use File -> Import and select the same .asc file as I used for the gpg --list-packets output above, but nothing happens, nothing is added. I imagine I've got the wrong format, like maybe the private and public keys should be in the same (tried that, no luck) or something, but not sure what it is. I also notice Keyring isn't asking for root priviledges when I do this, should it?