[Announce] GnuPG 1.3.2 released (development)
dshaw at jabberwocky.com
Wed May 28 16:05:03 CEST 2003
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On Wed, May 28, 2003 at 11:27:57AM +0300, Charly Avital wrote:
> Running Mac OS X 10.2.6
> iMac 500MHz PowerPC G3 processor
> Darwin Kernel Version 6.6: Thu May 1 21:48:54 PDT 2003;
> Built GnuPG 1.3.2 over existing 1.3.1 version, which included IDEA.
> 1. First build: idea.c module was not copied into cipher (on purpose).
> Resulting build didn't show IDEA (gpg --version)
> Note: when 1.3.1 was installed over existing 1.0.7 (with IDEA), the
> resulting 1.3.1 included IDEA.
> 2. Second build; idea.c module was downloaded from the danish server
> and copied into cipher.
> 2.1. In the config process, the following output was found: 'checking
> whether to enable the IDEA cipher... yes'
> 2.2. The make process shows:
> Making all in checks
> echo '#!/bin/sh' >./gpg_dearmor
> echo "../g10/gpg --no-options --no-greeting \
> --no-secmem-warning --batch --dearmor" >>./gpg_dearmor
> chmod 755 ./gpg_dearmor
> ./gpg_dearmor > ./pubring.gpg < ./pubring.asc
> idea encryption (0) failed
Are you sure you have a brand new copy from the Danish server? That
is, it is not a copy from before? The right idea.c should have the
md5sum of 36eeaa4028107c4c3f518aa6cd3bdf5d
> 2.6. % ls /usr/local/lib/gnupg
This doesn't mean anything if idea is being compiled into the binary.
That is the idea plugin for when you dynamically load idea.
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