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Re: PGP Signatures

I tried installing cryptplug and libgpgme6, but when I tried to tell Kmail 
where to find the crypto plug-ins, I must have messed something up.  The next 
time Kmail started, it froze -- nothing worked.  I tried re-installing Kmail, 
removing, purging & reinstalling Kmail with no effect.  I finally deleted 
~/.kde/share/config/kmailrc and reinstalled and got it back working.  

I no longer want the crypto plug-ins -- I'm quite happy living with the error 
messages, but now after I start Kmail, I can access "Settings->Configure 
Kmail" once -- the second time I try, the configure window just flashes and 
disappears.  I have to shut it down and restart to access the configure 
window again.

I'm running Debian sarge with KDE 3.1 for woody from ktown.kde.org/~nolden.

Any help appreciated.

On Wednesday 12 March 2003 10:31, you wrote:
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> On Mittwoch, 12. März 2003 15:19, Victor R. Cain wrote:
> > I'm missing some plug-ins to process PGP signatures.  I get messages
> > like: Message was signed with unknown key.
> >   The validity of the signature cannot be verified.
> >   Problem: S/MIME plug-in was not specified.
> >   Use the 'Settings->Configure KMail->Security' dialog to specify the
> > plug-in or ask your system administrator to do that for you.
> > In some cases the plug-in message is
> >   Problem: OpenPGP plug-in was not specified.
> >
> > Can some one tell me where to find these plug-ins?
> apt-get install cryptplug. You may need to install a bunch of other stuff
> to get things working.
> Ralf
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