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gpg problems

I have a gpg key, and under my old install I could get gpg to work with
mutt.  Now mutt and gpg won't work together.  Apparently gpg can't find my
key, or something like that.  The errors I get every time I try to send a
signed email are:
gpg: [don't know]: invalid packet (ctb=00)
gpg: read_keyblock: read error: invalid packet
gpg: enum_keyblocks failed: invalid keyring
gpg: no default secret key: invalid keyring
gpg: signing failed: invalid keyring

I don't know how to get it work now.  I kept all my dotfiles from my old
install (I was running testing, but now that I'm running a server I'm
running stable-- don't know if that's pertinent or not), so everything
should run the same as before, right?


Vikki Roemer        Homepage: http://neuromancer.homelinux.com/
Registered Linux user #280021   http://counter.li.org/

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PGP fingerprint: 0A3E 0AE4 CCD9 FF31 B4BB  C859 2DE1 B1D8 5CE0 1578
Keyserver: http://pgp.mit.edu/

Version: 3.12
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K- w--() O? M? V?(-) PS+(+++) PE(++) Y+ PGP++ t+@ 5 X-() 
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