Warning using insecure memory.
Sat Jan 5 18:13:01 2002
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* Pablo Lopez Cienfuegos <firstname.lastname@example.org> [020105 18:09]:
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> Hi, Nick:
> > 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?
> First of all, you should find where is gpg installed: "whereis
> Then, you have to check that gpg's owner is root: "ls -l
> After that, just type: "chmod 4755 /path/to/gpg"
> Hope this helps.
Yes I tried that. I still get the message? ls -l /usr/bin/gpg gives
-rwsr-xr-x 1 root root 560252 Aug 10 06:05 /usr/bin/gpg
Which looks okay to me but......?
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