Issue with group of decrypted file
david.mcdonald at securitymail.com.au
Mon Sep 2 14:23:11 CEST 2002
Is anyone else seeing this?
When I decrypt a file, the decrypted file's group is always "root". I am not
running gpg as root, but as a normal user (though gpg is setuid root to
allow it to use secure memory).
Running: GNU Privacy Guard version 1.0.7
On: Solaris 9 (v880, sun4u architecture - UltraSPARC
Compiled with: "--enable-static-rnd=linux" (Sol9 has /dev/random
I do not see this behaviour under version 1.0.6 (albeit on a different
machine, running Solaris 8 and compiled with different options, etcetera).
Firstly, is this just happening to me? (I could not see any bug reports
If not, is it happening across architectures? (Perhaps it's a Solaris
largefile support thing).
Any ideas folks?
Any suggestions for a quick fix?
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