hm, well, about the .gnupg directory, it should be owned by your user, and have permissions of 700. the contents of it should have permissions 600. so, do the following:
Originally Posted by parsival
also, it looks like i haven't implemented the skipgpg option properly (hence your error). i will fix that bug and post a fixed version... in the meantime, just fix your .gnupg permissions, and try running again without the skipgpg option.
sudo chown yourusername:yourusername ~/.gnupg
chmod 700 ~/.gnupg
chmod 600 ~/.gnupg/*
edit1: i also noticed that you ran the whole thing with 'sudo', you shouldn't really do that, you should run it with just "python ubuntuzilla.....", and it will ask you for sudo password just for the steps that require it.
edit2: i fixed the skipgpg bug. if getting the gpg key keeps failing (it shouldn't as i just ran the script and it went through fine), you can get the latest version from CVS, which implements the bugfix: http://pykeylogger.cvs.sourceforge.n...r/ubuntuzilla/
edit3: you can also get the latest release (4.0.2) which fixes the skipgpg bug.