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GPG: no default secret key gpg

In Fedora, you may have both gpg and gpg2. The secret keys are stored in different ways.

Try

which gpg gpg2

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*nix

OpenBSD: Configuring mutt & gpg2

After spending some time configuring the mutt email client to use gpg2 in OpenBSD 6.1 and not finding a straight-forward explanation online, I thought I would document my process so other novice OpenBSD users would not have the same difficulties I had. 377 more words

Email

Install docker on multiple Ubuntu Xenial hosts with Ansible

Ansible is an amazing piece of configuration management software. Among its amazing features is that it’s totally agentless and the only 2 packages that it needs on any host are python and an SSH server. 116 more words

Ubuntu

Use GPG to Quickly Encrypt at the Command-Line


$ echo "cleartext" | gpg --passphrase "some-passphrase" -c --no-use-agent > text.encrypted
$ cat text.encrypted | gpg --passphrase "passphrase" --no-use-agent 2>/dev/null
$ cat text.encrypted | gpg --passphrase "some-passphrase" --no-use-agent 2>/dev/null…
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Tools/Services

GPG key adding script for Debian*

*Debian based systems

There might be an easier way. Or maybe there is even an automatic way to do it. I couldn’t be bothered to search long enough. 127 more words

Debian

ArchLinux: Palemoon Installation Fails with "Unknown public key error"

Palemoon has been recently adopted by a new developer, who is not part of the official ArchDev team, resulting into an “unknown public key error” and refusing to install. 312 more words

Linux

How I encrypt my backups in the cloud

One thing that I do in order to secure my data is to use encryption. So why shouldn’t I do the same with the sensitive files of my websites. 135 more words

Security