Re: Using tar and gpg from Konqueror
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> On Sat, 02 Apr 2011 12:38:05 +0700, Ken Heard wrote:
>> While experimenting with tar and gpg files I discovered that right
>> clicking on a file or directory name in Konqueror with gnugp installed
>> behaves differently depending on its location. If the file or directory
>> is located on an ext3 or xfs hard drive, the right click allows the
>> options of compressing the file and encrypting it. If however it is
>> located on a cf or sd card, the right click offers the compressing
>> option; but it does not work. No encryption option is offered. Could
>> this difference be attributable to the file system used, the hard drive
>> using ext3or xfs, the cf and sd cards using vfat? Would either or both
>> of these options options be available if the file system on those cards
>> were also ext3?
> I dunno for konqueror or dolphin, but from Nautulis (GNOME) both options
> (encrypt/sign and create archive) are available on vfat volumes.
I should have mentioned that I am still using Lenny with the 3.5.10
release of Konqueror. After I upgrade to Squeeze later this month with
a newer version of Konqueror or whatever replaces it (plasma-desktop?) I
will check these options again.
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