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Re: Convenient access to Debian keyrings

Sean Whitton [2017-04-01 15:40:17-07] wrote:

> Currently, I have mutt pass `--keyring /usr/share/keyrings/...` for each
> of the keyrings, so that I can verify signatures on e-mails.  It would
> be more natural to just add `keyring /usr/share/keyrings/...` to
> ~/.gnupg/gpg.conf, but when I tried this I often got errors from gpg
> trying to write to the keyrings in /usr/share/keyrings.  Is there some
> way to mark a keyring as read-only?

Perhaps --primary-keyring will help because it marks one keyring for use
with key-importing commands. I haven't tried it but it would seem that
all other keyrings are then read-only.


    primary-keyring ~/.gnupg/pubring.kbx
    keyring /usr/share/...
    keyring /usr/share/...
    keyring /usr/share/...

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