Anne Wilson wrote:
On Thursday 26 February 2009 21:02:47 Arthur Pemberton wrote:
> On Thu, Feb 26, 2009 at 1:47 PM, Anne Wilson <cannewilson(a)googlemail.com>
>> On my F10 + 4.2 install I have a very recently created public keyring. I
>> manually imported half a dozen signatures. Kgpg lists them, and KMail
>> uses them. Everything seemed fine.
>> KMail is set to import signatures automatically. I've seen it import
>> quite a few since then, and the messages report the status of the
>> signature. However, those signatures are not seen by Kgpg - and never
>> show up in the key management screen.
>> I've discussed this on the kde-pim list.
>> I've talked to a kgpg developer.
>> I've talked to a kmail developer.
>> I've asked on IRC #kontact.
>> No-one seems to have any idea, other than the stock 'it must be fedora'
> As part of a class I tried to setup a gnupg and send an encrypted
> email. KGPG was helpful (even though I used the console) but couldn't
> get Kmail to properly encrypt with the receivers public key. Evolution
> wasn't as picky. This was on Centos 5.2 however.
KMail is signing and encrypting without any problem.
> But basically, if I had to randomly guess, I'd assume that Kmail was
> the problem.
You can't. Neither the KMail devs nor the Kgpg ones know what's happening.
A kubuntu user is running kde 4.2 and kgpg is working correctly for him, but
that's the only thing I've managed to tie down.
rpm -q gnupg2 gnupg
Fedora's gpgme defaults to using gnupg2(/usr/bin/gpg2), maybe some parts
of kmail/kgpg still depend on gnupg(1) somehow?