On Sunday 29 March 2009 14:30:44 Anne Wilson wrote:
On Friday 27 March 2009 16:37:16 Anne Wilson wrote:
> On Friday 27 March 2009 16:26:59 Rex Dieter wrote:
> > Anne Wilson wrote:
> > > There really must be something wrong in the Fedora packages, although
> > > I've no indication whatsoever where to look. All I know is the
> > > _something_ causes corruption. I can't even tell whether it is
> > > by kmail or by kgpg. I checked with Thunderbird, and that also could
> > > not use the keyring.
> > >
> > > I've got this working again, but I had to rename the whole .gnupg
> > > folder and start a completely new one, importing the signatures that I
> > > know I need. It only seems to happen on Fedora boxes. Sorry I can't
> > > report anything more helpful, but it has to be corruption in one of the
> > > files.
> > >
> > > If you get any ideas about checks that can be made, please tell me.
> > Eww... ok, time to eat my own dog food. I'll switch my primary MUA to
> > kmail (from thunderbird), and start using gpg signing more, and see
> > where I end up.
> Don't forget to backup your .gnupg folder first :-) Whatever the problem
> is, it can go along without a problem for months, but when it fails it's
> totally without warning.
Thanks Anne. :)
Ayway... I notice everyonce in awhile like now, actually, that gnome-keyring-daemon pops
up with gpg-agent. Maybe, this has something to do with your problem? Don't know
really like I said before just my 2 cents worth.
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