removing the secmem warning

Daniel Monjar
Mon Jan 7 20:55:01 2002

I believe you've missed my point... If non-secure memory is an issue =
hiding the warning from neophyte users (better?) does more harm than =
If it is not a real issue than it shouldn't be warned about.

I like the suggestion of adding a URL to the error message giving fur=

Didn't realize this was a movement... hang on, just had a flashback f=
the 70's.

--On Monday, January 07, 2002 11:38 AM -0800 Nick Andriash=20
<> wrote:

> Daniel Monjar,
> On Monday, January 07 2002 at 11:18 AM PDT, you wrote:
>> Just because they are clueless newbies doesn't
>> mean they should be coddled to.
> Clueless newbies???  Good heaven's man!! Go grab a cup of coffee or
> something. It's people like yourself that make it difficult to attr=
> new Users to GPG/PGP. Statements like that do more harm to this mov=
> than anything else I can think of.
> --
> Nick
>     -=3DN.J. Andriash | Courtenay, B.C. Canada=3D-
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Daniel Monjar
IS Manager, Technical Services
bioM=E9rieux, Inc.
Durham, NC US