[Gpg4win-users-en] Key not recognized.
bernhard at intevation.de
Tue Apr 14 10:55:03 CEST 2009
Am Freitag, 10. April 2009 20:07:26 schrieb Michael D. Berger:
> Using the command line command gpg with
> gpg4win-1.1.4 on my WinXP, I just imported
> public key created on a Linux box. If
> I use the command line to encrypt a file
> and send it to the Linux box, I can
> decrypt it with no problem. But if I
> encrypt it in the clipboard, copy the
> result to a file,
I assume that you are using the "armor" mode both times,
so both files will have "readable" characters in them, not binary.
> and try to decrypt on
> the Linux box, it complains that the
> the secret key is not available for the
> key ID. Note that I have only one key
Using -vvv on GNU/Linux you can see which key was used in both cases so you
could analyse the situation further. Note that Gpg4win1 uses WinPT for
clipboard things if I remember correctly, can you confirm that you are using
Winpt? If so you could check Winpt options.
And again Gpg4win1.9.x might be an option to try.
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