Thanks for your suggestion. My original problem was not having the proper
entries for the non-us distribution in /etc/apt/sources.list. Still, I
suppose for purely legal reasons, I should use gpg.
On Wed, 9 Aug 2000, Sven Burgener wrote:
> On Wed, Aug 09, 2000 at 04:30:22PM -0500, Chris Nestrud wrote:
> > Greetings. I'm trying to find a Debian package for pgp. Other packages
> > requiring pgp have referred to such a package, but 'apt-cache search pgp'
> > doesn't return anything meaningful. I haven't been able to find a package
> > for pgp when searching through the various distributions, and haven't
> > found anything relevant in mailing list archives. Still, if a package was
> > referred to, shouldn't one exist?
> How about using GnuPG instead of PGP?
> # apt-cache search gpg
> gpg-rsaref - RSAREF module for GNU Privacy Guard
> mailcrypt - Emacs interface to GPG (and PGP) and anonymous remailers.
> gpgp - GNOME front-end to GnuPG - a free PGP replacement
> gpg-idea - IDEA (PGP 2.x-compatible) module for GNU Privacy Guard
> gpg-rsa - RSA (PGP 2.x-compatible) module for GNU Privacy Guard
> Searching for PGP *does* show packages:
> # apt-cache search pgp
> pgp-i - Public key encryption system (International version)
> pgp5i - Public key encryption system (International version)
> auto-pgp - PGP tools for command-line and Emacs use
> pgp4pine - A PGP/GPG Wrapper for Pine
> > Comments?
> Perhaps "apt-get update;apt-get install pgp-i" will do what you want? :)
> Have you rebooted your NT box today?
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