Problem with PGP working together with GNUPG
Tue, 6 Jun 2000 14:44:05 -0700 (PDT)
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What public key-type are you using? Elgamal signing keys will cause a
signal 11 in PGP 6.5 (as it does not support them, since they are
bad.) (FYI, 7.0 handles them a little more gracefully, telling the user
that it is an invalid key type for PGP).
Basically, what you have given us here is not nearly enough information to
help you, however.
On Tue, 6 Jun 2000, Ralf Orlowski wrote:
> Hello everybody,
> I have a problem with the exchange of encrypted messages between PGP and
> PGP (I tried version 5.0 and 6.5.1 beta on linux) is not able to decrypt
> any message I encrypt with GNUPG (I tried version 1.0.0 and 1.0.1).
> Iīve tried different cypher algos on encrypting with GNUPG but PGP either
> tells me, that it is not able to decrypt the message or it just ends with
> an signal 11.
> If I exchange messages only with PGP everything works fine, so PGP seems to
> work allright.
> Also the other way is no problem. Every message, that is encrypted with
> PGP, I can decrypt with GNUPG.
> I even searched dejanews for hints, what Iīm doing wrong, but I havenīt
> found anything.
> But as I read, GNUPG and PGP should be able to work together. So if anyone
> can give me an hint, where I canīt find a solution for this problem, it
> would be appreciated.
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