Kmail and gpg freeze
Ben Paul Wise
Wed May 9 14:06:01 2001
I've encountered the same. The problem is that KMail waits on gpg, until gpg
returns from a search of your favorite server. So, to be literal, KMail is
not 'freezing', just 'waiting'. Killing gpg is one way to end the wait;
waiting a few minutes until gpg times out is another.
Having KMail run gpg in the background would be a better solution - but that
goes to the KMail mailing list!
On Tuesday 08 May 2001 21:22, Brian M. Carlson allegedly wrote:
> Whenever I read my mail with Kmail, if there is an unknown key used to sign
> a message, it will be fetched with gpg. Kmail freezes while gpg executes
> and I must kill gpg in order to make kmail work again. The command line
> used for gpg is "gpg --batch --set-filename stdin --decrypt". Is there a
> flaw in this command line for gpg 1.0.5-1? Is the "--set-filename stdin"
> even necessary, and is it breaking it?
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