sonofbelial at gmail
Mar 7, 2012, 12:19 AM
Post #4 of 5
Thanks to you and Robert for getting back to me. However this
unfortunately didn't solve the problem. I ran:
chown alastair:alastair ~/.gnupg/
chown alastair:alastair ~/.gnupg/*
Then I tried root:alastair and alastair:root but still no go.
Any other ideas? In the meantime, I'll try and chown each file in
~/.gnupg individually and see if that changes anything.
Incidentally, when I chown'ed everything in the folder, gnupg gave a
warning when I ran it in the terminal:
WARNING: unsafe ownership on configuration file
Thanks in advance for helping me solve this.
Key: E2F6 3C0F 21BB 5DEB 32BF AC52 CA72 33EC 302F 21A8
Reid Thompson wrote:
> On 3/6/2012 8:03 PM, Alastair Langwell wrote:
>> Hi folks,
>> I wonder if any of you can help with this problem
>> on Enigmail? I'd appreciate it and promise I'll post any solutions into
>> that forum thread!
>> Many thanks in advance,
>> Alastair Langwell
>> Key: E2F6 3C0F 21BB 5DEB 32BF AC52 CA72 33EC 302F 21A8
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>> Gnupg-users [at] gnupg
> |~/.gnupg/ and all the files it contains are owned by root -- they
> should be owned by you
> chown the directory and it's contents to be you and your primary group
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