Re: Installing Agypten with KDE 3.2
On Tue 27 April 2004 03:40, Frank Mehnert wrote:
> On Tuesday 27 April 2004 08:58, Anders Ellenshøj Andersen wrote:
> > Or is it that everybody thinks it works fine, and nobody bothered
> > to report that it actually doesn't work at all?
> No, I use Aegypten (packages from http://bulma.net/~daneel/debian/)
> with success and sign/encrypt my Emails with the _OpenPGP_ plugin.
> However, I would feel happy if I could use the S/MIME plugin.
That's better than what I've got; when I try to sign with OpenPGP plugin
I get an alert with this when attempting to send:
The Crypto Plug-In '/usr/lib/cryptplug/gpgme-openpgp.so' reported the
#19 : No Passphrase
I can sign them inline, but I don't really like that and that appears to
be the opinion of most others too.
As soon as I get this all sorted out I'm going to craft a "HowDid"
explaining what I did, assuming I can remember everything.
The joys of running stuff on the edge I guess.
Hopefully one day it'll be as easy as:
apt-get install aegypten
David P James
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