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Re: How do you get crypto working with kmail?



On Fri 31 Oct 2003 3:00 am, Hendrik Sattler wrote:
> Am Freitag, 31. Oktober 2003 10:13 schrieb Doug Holland:
> > On Fri 31 Oct 2003 1:17 am, Doug Holland wrote:
>
> deb http://ma2geo.mathematik.uni-karlsruhe.de/public-debian sarge/
>
> You then need to install the packages there and add the line
> use-gpg-agent
> to your /etc/X11/Xsession.options file. This could probably be done in the
> post-inst script but I didn't.
>
> For personal setup, you need one step from the kmail site:
> -----------------------------snip------------------------------------
> If you updated gpg from 1.0.6 or earlier, please make sure to set your own
> key to ultimate trust yourself, to move the old options file
> ~/.gnupg/options to the new location ~/.gnupg/gpg.conf and to run
> gpg --rebuild-keydb-caches
> once. Add this to your ~/.gnupg/gpg.conf:
> use-agent
> -----------------------------snip------------------------------------
> The rest is done by the package (creation of ~/.gnupg/gpg-agent.conf and
> starting gpg-agent). It could probably do the above, too, so if someone
> wants to do it... :)
>
> When the OpenPGP plugin is registered in kmail, it should "just work" :)
>
> HS

I have the OpenGPG plugin working, but I can't get the S/MIME plugin working.  
If I set it up and restart KMail, I get the following error:

> Error: Plug-in "GPGMeSMIME" initialization unsuccessful.
> library: /usr/lib/cryptplug/gpgme-smime.so
> version: 0.3.15
> Plug-in is out-dated or not installed properly.

Any idea why this is happening?



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