[kde-linux] Kgpg problem - where to ask?

Anne Wilson cannewilson at tiscali.co.uk
Sat Mar 18 22:42:34 UTC 2006

On Saturday 18 March 2006 19:56, Pollywog wrote:
> On Saturday 18 March 2006 12:39 pm, Anne Wilson wrote:
> > Hi, Grant.  Thanks for replying.  I'd tried that method, but it didn't
> > work. However, I think I may have found the solution at last.  My latest
> > googling trip came up with a suggestion to try 'gpg
> > --rebuild-keydb-caches', and I do believe that the new keys are all
> > showing now.  It went on to say that the command should be put into the
> > startup file for gnupg - it was talking about an older version, so it may
> > not be relevant to newer ones, but I think it's worth a try.  I'm going
> > to do that now.
> GnuPG has a startup file?  

I should have said gpg.conf.

> I never thought to put the rebuild cache command 
> in a file, but I will put it in my KDE shutdown script unless there is a
> better place for it
> 8)

That may be a good place for it, unless someone knows better?

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