james.fleming at electronic-quill.net
Sat Feb 12 12:32:25 CET 2005
As I'm not subscribed, I'm not expecting much of a response. However,
it seemed only reasonable to report this, in case it's of value.
I've just installed gnupg-1.4.0 on a somewhat-modified Fedora 2 system,
and it broke on the first key I tried:
user$ /opt/pkgs/gnupg-1.2.6/bin/gpg --verify
gpg: Signature made Thu Dec 16 21:50:52 2004 EST using DSA key ID
gpg: Good signature from "Werner Koch (gnupg sig) <dd9jn at gnu.org>"
gpg: Note: This key has expired!
Primary key fingerprint: 6BD9 050F D8FC 941B 4341 2DCC 68B7 AB89 5754
Well? I am waiting! gpg --verify
gpg: Ohhhh jeeee: ... this is a bug (g10.c:1758:main)
secmem usage: 0/0 bytes in 0/0 blocks of pool 0/32768
The configure options used were:
./configure --prefix=/opt/pkgs/gnupg-1.4.0 --enable-m-guard
The kernel is 22.214.171.124, in case that's a factor.
This seems like a good opportunity also to thank the team for all your
work. It's an excellent product that's been working nicely for me for
quite some time now.
Stupidity killed the cat.
Curiosity was framed.
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