Where did Trust_ go? [Re: undefined symbol: __register_frame_info]

Horacio homega at vlc.servicom.es
Tue Apr 6 14:28:46 CEST 1999

> > 	I recently upgraded from GnuPG 0.9.3-1 to 0.9.4-1, upgrading also the
> > packages gpg-idea_1.deb and gpg-rsa_1.deb to gpg-idea_2.deb and gpg-rsa_2.deb
> > from the debian distribution.  Everything seemed to be working fine with
> > 0.9.3, but now, if I try to sign a mail I get the following message:
> > 
> > gpg: Warning: using insecure memory!
> > gpg: /usr/lib/gnupg/idea: error loading extension: /usr/lib/gnupg/idea:
> > undefined symbol: __register_frame_info
> > gpg: /usr/lib/gnupg/rsa: error loading extension: /usr/lib/gnupg/rsa:
> > undefined symbol: __register_frame_info
> The two packages where probably compiled with different debian
> versions of egcs or gcc. Try downloading the debian sources for both
> idea, rsa and gnupg and recompile everything with the same compiler
> (either gcc or egcs). You might also want to send a bug report
> to debian.

I kept GnuPG 0.9.4-1 and downgraded the idea and rsa modules to
gpg-idea|rsa1, and that worked fine.  The right solution though, as someone
pointed out, is to upgrade libc6.

Now, the problem (no real problem) is that I just upgraded my MUA:
mutt-i 0.93 --> mutt 0.95 and I just realized that when verifying the
signature, the "Trust_" part of it is missing:

gpg: Warning: using insecure memory!
gpg: Signature made mié 24 mar 1999 19:26:53 CET CET using DSA key ID
gpg: Good signature from "Andr\xe9s Seco Hern\xe1ndez <AndresSH at ctv.es>"
gpg: key DDDC215A: secret key without public key - skipped
gpg: WARNING: This key is not certified with a trusted signature!
gpg:          There is no indication that the signature belongs to the

also, the fourth line, with regard to key DDDC215A, belongs to a key for
which I actually DO have both the secret and public.

GnuPG *can* see the secret key:

homega:~$ gpg --list-secret-keys Horacio
sec  2048D/DDDC215A 1998-07-20 Horacio Menezo <homega at correo.com>
ssb  8192g/06E9D714 1998-07-20

but it *cannot* see the public key (although it's in ~/.pgp/pubring.pkr):

homega:~$ pgpk -l Horacio
Type Bits KeyID      Created    Expires    Algorithm       Use
sec  2048 0xDDDC215A 1998-07-20 ---------- DSS             Sign & Encrypt
sub  8192 0x06E9D714 1998-07-20 ---------- Diffie-Hellman
uid  Horacio Menezo <homega at correo.com>

if I try to import that key into ~/.gnupg/pubring.gpg, I get:

homega:~$ gpg --import miclave
gpg (GnuPG) 0.9.4; Copyright (C) 1999 Free Software Foundation, Inc.
This program comes with ABSOLUTELY NO WARRANTY.
This is free software, and you are welcome to redistribute it
under certain conditions. See the file COPYING for details.

gpg: Warning: using insecure memory!
gpg:miclave: key DDDC215A: invalid self-signature
gpg:miclave: key DDDC215A: invalid subkey binding
gpg:miclave: key DDDC215A: no valid user ids
gpg: this may be caused by a missing self-signature
gpg: Total number processed: 1
gpg:           w/o user IDs: 1

but it DOES have a self-signature!

Sorry for the long output, and thank you in advance,

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