- What Is PGP? GPG?
- Why Should You Care?
- Is GPG Hard to Use?
- Does It Work with Other Crypto Programs?
- Where Can You Find GPG?
- How Does It Work?
- How to Install It
- How to Use It
- Generate Your Key
- Export Your Key
- Key Management Window
- Importing a Key via the Clipboard
- Importing a Key from the Key Server Network
- Open the GPG Text Editor
- Right-Click Menu
- File Encryption/Decryption
- Possible Legal Hazards
Make sure you have the latest versions of KGpg and the gnupg program. In Fedora Core 2, the command is (from root)
yum upgrade KGpg;for gnupg, substitute gnupg for KGpg. As usual, if you decide to try user forums for help, check the FAQs first—search them to see whether someone has already found and solved your problem.
Download KGpg as part of the kdeutils package (note: KDE must be installed first: http://www.kde.org/download/).
Mailing Lists: http://www.gnupg.org/(en)/documentation/mailing-lists.html.
Site Map: http://www.gnupg.org/(en)/site_map.html (you can find here gnupg and front-end downloads for various Linux window managers, for example, Gnome).
PGP/GPG Mailing Lists and Web Forums
PGP-USERS List: http://www.cryptorights.org/lists/pgp-users/ (PGP, GnuPG, and OpenPGP crypto users—I spent some years on this list—helpful, knowledgeable people).