What version of mutt are you using? If I remember correctly, for the potato version you need to add "set pgp_default_version = gpg" or similar to ~/.muttrc. On Thu, Sep 14, 2000 at 01:15:58PM -0500, Will Trillich wrote: > On Thu, Sep 14, 2000 at 07:49:15PM +1100, Damon Muller wrote: > > Hi Will, > > > > A lot of people on this list are probably using GnuPG (gpg), which is a > > GNU replacement for PGP. As long as you have a non-us line in your apt > > cources.list do an apt-get install gnupg. > > so i did > # apt-get --purge remove pgp-i pgp-us > # apt-get install gnupg > > mutt is now back to displaying > [-- PGP output follows (current time: Thu Sep 14 13:08:42 2000) --] > sh: /usr/bin/pgp: No such file or directory > [-- End of PGP output --] > for any email from anyone who's got a signed missive. argh! > > i see that /usr/share/doc/mutt/examples/pgp-macros talks about > setting up the outbound portion (so far i haven't been able > to consider anything i've said quite important enough to > etch in digitally-signed stone yet) but i don't see where > the settings are to direct it to parse (or whatever) incoming > messages for verification. > > which setting is it that's obvious to everyone else? > > -- > > p.s. all this paranoia about "you can verify that i actually > posted 'rtfm' " seems a bit overblown, to me. what's the big > deal? > > i probably should just leave it a lone and let mutt keep > looking for /usr/bin/pgp through eternity.
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