GnuPG can't handle some V3 secret keys

Stefan Bellon sbellon at
Fri May 4 21:07:02 CEST 2001

In article <tgd79p2jfy.fsf at>,
   Florian Weimer <Florian.Weimer at RUS.Uni-Stuttgart.DE> wrote:
> Werner Koch <wk at> writes:

> > I know about this but there is no need to be worried about it
> > because about all modern OSes will SEGV on a NULL pointer
> > dereference without a way to exploit it.

> This is only true for write operations, BTW.  Some vendors use a
> readable zero page for optimizations...

Namely RISC OS does this. So I should at least fix this in my RISC OS



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