Re: [Pkg-gnupg-maint] Bug#598471: using insecure memory on GNU/kFreeBSD
On Sat, 13 Nov 2010 21:38, firstname.lastname@example.org said:
Yeah, that is a problem. Last weekend I tried to port it but I have a
lack of understanding how the Debian packages are supposed to work
together; in particular the kernel headers and the various system
libraries like libgeom etc.
> For that we're missing a port of "geli" utility, figuring out some init.d
I'd really like to help here because of the g13 tool of GnuPG which I
would like to have support for geli as backend. I even pondered with
the idea of rewriting geli and to integrate it closley into g13. The
lack of documentation in this area makes it not very easy.
> I don't have time to work on this myself. Unless someone else does,
> I'd still recommend adding the SUID bit as a temporary solution.
Might be the easiest way until we have proper disk encryption support.
> P.S. I suggest you update that FAQ ; -)
Will do that. It is easier now because I converted the FAQ to orgmode
and it will not be distributed with GnuPG anymore.
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