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hello dear all in the process to upgrade from suse12.3 to 13.1 i want to store the passwords / keys in the therefore i need to start KGpg - but ...
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- 12-09-2013 #1
- Join Date
- May 2013
starting KGpg via terminal in order to store/ save the keys
in the process to upgrade from suse12.3 to 13.1 i want to store the passwords / keys in the
therefore i need to start KGpg - but it does not start by the start-menu.
note .- i have had this issue years before - i guess that i have to start it via termnial
- how to do this?
- if it runs - how to make a copy of all the keys that are stored in KGpg?
note: i prefer to use KGpg - for the saving and management of the keys. i do not want to work with the The Enigmail OpenPGP Key Manager
question: is this okay... ??
see the Enigmail OpenPGP Key Manager
Enigmail OpenPGP Key Manager
The Enigmail OpenPGP Key Manager is designed to be simple to use with a clean, powerful interface.
You can access it from within Thunderbird/SeaMonkey via the OpenPGP menu: OpenPGP > Key Management.
You can also run it as a stand alone application by appending -pgpkeyman to the command that
runs Thunderbird/SeaMonkey, e.g. on Windows: "CProgram Files\Mozilla Thunderbird\thunderbird.exe" -pgpkeyman.
- 12-11-2013 #2
- Join Date
- May 2011
to start it via the terminal, open a terminal and run:
to fix it not launching from the start menu might be trickier. but start with this: is there an icon in the start menu that is not working, or is there no icon at all?
also, does this file exist?
also, what is your Desktop Manager (GNOME, KDE, etc.)?