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    Using existing PGP keys under Ubuntu?

    When the new LTS releases I've decided to get rid of Windows from our main business box. The only thing stopping me right now is this: encryption.

    I have lots of personal, pgp encrypted stuff, using the free non-commercial version. (Lots of personal financial and similar details I back up off-site.)

    Can anyone recommend packages that let me use my existing public/private key pairs to encrypt and decrypt .pgp files? I searched the repositories but can't see what to use.

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    Ubuntu 12.10 Quantal Quetzal

    Re: Using existing PGP keys under Ubuntu?

    Take a look at GnuPG. It can import and use most existing PGP keys.

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