I managed to compile gnupg under Hurd. Well, it was quite easy... :) Just
one problem: gnupg wants to disable core dumping and uses getrlimit and
setrlimit for this. Unfortunately setrlimit is not implemented in glibc0.2.
One possible way is to disable this function temporarily by a "#ifndef" condition
until the function is implemented. The other way is to implement it, but I
guess this is rather huge task and I don't know how.
BTW gnupg think Hurd is not secure enough:
gpg: WARNING: program may create a core file!
gpg: Please note that you don't have secure memory on this system
gpg: Go ahead and type your message ...
Mit freundlichen GNUessen (__)
Daniel Wagner oo )
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