Re: kmail openpgp plugin problems
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Am Samstag, 18. Januar 2003 22:30 schrieb Tom Badran:
> On Saturday 18 Jan 2003 8:27 pm, Ralf Nolden wrote:
> > > This message could not be signed!
> > > The Crypto Plug-In '/usr/lib/cryptplug/gpgme-openpgp.so' reported the
> > > following details: #19 : No Passphrase [...]
> > I've updated the packages again due to that Matze found out that
> > apparently it doesn't work with libgcrypt-1.1.11 but requires 1.1.10.
> > Also please make sure that you *don't* use any of the original packages
> > from unstable in conjunction with the aegypten stuff, but my packages.
> > That makes it easier to track down any problems. Especially those are:
> > libgcrypt
> > cryptplug
> > gpgme
> Ok, i now have your versions of the above package and all the packages in
> the aegyption directory on ktown, and rebooted to make sure i get new clean
> gpg-agent etc running. I still get exactly the same errors about not having
> a passphrase.
> Any more ideas?
I've experienced exactly the same problem.
But, after I installed mutts-gpgme and libncursesw5 (which will be installed
automatically by apt-get), the pinentry dialog appeared when using mutts. The
strange thing is, that thereafter pinentry-gtk worked from kmail, too.
I could not proove until now, that the installation of the packages above was
the real "solution", though I didn't change anything apart from that.
Maybe you could also try your luck with installing mutts-gpgme and create a
signed message with it.
If the problem disappears on your system too, my observation would be
confirmed and we then could search the problem's real cause. Not less strange
is the fact, that you can remove mutts-gpgme and libncursesw5 then and kmail
will still work.
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