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Fri Nov 30 05:54:04 UTC 2012
2012/11/29 Neil Winchurst <neilwin at drofle.co.uk>:
> I used KDE for many years but I have now moved over to Xubuntu. Should have
> done it years ago. I am used to being able to encrypt files using kgpg and
> symmetric encryption. I know that I could install kgpg now, but that would
> mean installing akonadi which I don't want to do.
> Is there an equivalent program to kgpg which I could use? I have heard about
> one called seahorse and also gnupg shell, and yet another called gpa.
When you install seahorse it will pull in a lot of Gnome stuff:
I haven't used gpa.
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