On Sun, Aug 02, 1998 at 01:39:21AM +0200, Marco d'Itri wrote: > It's more or less working, but sometimes it shows bad bugs. I've not been able to play with it really yet. > Also, there is no manual yet. It's still early, manual will happen. The manpage has the needed bits. > I can see many debian developers who routinely use PGP (e.g. for signing > email). If each of them would use gnupg we could catch bugs faster. > > The tipical PGP 2.6 user can use this ~/.gnupg/options file: > no-greeting > load-extension idea > load-extension rsa > # here goes your RSA key ID > default-key 0x3C620D2D > # needed to be understood by PGP < 2.6.3ia > no-comment RSA/IDEA keys aren't supported by the program I thought...? > Mutt users (>= 0.93i) can add that to their ~/.muttrc files: > set pgp_gpg="/usr/local/bin/gpg" > set pgp_default_version=gpg > > GNUPG 0.3.2 needs a patch to correctly verify RSA clearsigned text. > It can be downloaded from http://www.linux.it/~md/gpg-pgp2.diff This patch provides idea and rsa I take it? I'm not certain we want to use that or not. It just Seems Wrong to take something that is happily free and make it non-free by adding the above. It might be possible to have those modules be seperate and be part of gnupg-nonfree or something, but I don't think it should be defaulting that way.
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