Warning using insecure memory.
Sat Jan 5 16:07:02 2002
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RPM's are installed suid. /me thinks you'd have to build it yourself to make
the recommended changes.
Might try setting gpg file permissions and allowing group access or like that.
On Saturday 05 January 2002 06:26 am, Nick Wilson wrote:
> * Dale Harris <email@example.com> [020105 15:17]:
> > On Sat, Jan 05, 2002 at 02:12:39PM +0100, Nick Wilson elucidated:
> > > Hi everyone,
> > > I've just spent the morning setting up gpg for use with mutt and
> > > everytime I use it (command line or with mutt) im getting that warning.
> > > I'm not using a small machine or anything and I can't find anything in
> > > the docs.
> > >
> > > Any pointers would be appreciated :)
> > http://www.gnupg.org/faq.html#q6.1
> > gpg is not setuid.
> > --
> > ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
> >~~~~ Dale Harris <firstname.lastname@example.org> GPG key: 372FBD57
> > http://www.maybe.org/
> Yes! Sorry I missed it in the FAQ.
> Do you know how I can make it setuid?
> I could just get the rpm from my install disk I suppose and run it as
> root but I'm sure there's a more efficient way?
> Much thanks guys :)
George Schoelles <email@example.com>
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