Re: pgp versions
Since you live in Florida, I say, pgp-us is the way to go; not
only you will have peace of mind for not breaking the law if you not
licensed, but you will might also save some hard disk space in the
long run -- some packages might install the mit libraries anyway.
Both pgp programs are compatible with each other. In this respect,
it makes no difference what you install. Pgp-i is supposed to be
a bit faster, you will not notice it though.
On Sun, Nov 09, 1997 at 10:21:08PM -0500, Robert D. Hilliard wrote:
> I have downloaded both pgp-i_2.6.3a-1.deb and pgp-us_2.6.3a-1.deb
> from nonus.debian.org. The documentation indicates that the
> international version is somewhat better than the US version, but
> isn't properly licensed for use in the US. Is the encryption obtained
> by the two versions compatible? Which version is typically used by
> debian maintainers?
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