Nothing to appologise for.
Ignore the following if you're aware iof the problem and have solved it:
Can I suggest you don't put your database on your website? Do you have
the persmission of everyone in it to make it publically available?
Better would be to put an encrypted version onto the site. I can see
you have a GPG sig so that shouldn't be too hard. Then only the person
its encrypted to will be able to open it. That way your not trusting
the whole world - just Don.
If you don't know what I'm talking about then say so and we'll find
another solution. But in the meantime I suggest you take it off the
I've looked at the file, and the data looks truly corrupt. I don't know
of any way of recovering this.
On Sat, 2007-04-07 at 07:26 +0200, Martin Senftleben wrote:
> Hi Don,
> it seems your provider blocks my mails. Hence, I have=20
> uploaded the data to my server. You can get it from here:
> Thanks for your efforts. Just let me know when you downloaded it, or=20
> if you have any problems doing so.
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> this over the list. Thanks for your understanding.
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On Sun, 2007-04-08 at 19:24 +0200, Martin Senftleben wrote:
> Well, I agree. But how do I go about it? I'm not quite sure (using
> Linux, Kgpg and KDE).
If you're using Kmail that can encrypt a message to someone with a gpg
key. You'll probably need to read a bit in the manual on how, but at
least you'll need to import the public key of the person you want to
encrypt to. You can get Don's key here:
I don't use KDE/Kmail so I probably can't help you much more. I know how
to do it on my system, Gnome/Evolution.