a post I made
Tue Jan 15 18:35:02 2002
He's in the list because he is running GnuPG! Just because he's on a
Windoze box shouldn't be a reason to ban him from use of good encryption
Most of my use is on a Linux box. However, there is some us from my Windoze
work station (but I'm not running the other software with which Mike is
From: bernardino lopez [mailto:email@example.com]
Sent: Tuesday, January 15, 2002 8:43 AM
To: Mike Burgess; Gnupgfirstname.lastname@example.org
Subject: re:a post I made
It worked for me with Linux =)
Sorry man... but If U R not a Linux/Unix user I don't
see what R U doing in this mailing list.
Brains R like books only work when they R open
--- Mike Burgess <email@example.com> wrote:
> On the 7th of January I posted some question re: use
> of gpg in a php
> application (see attached). I did not see any
> responses over the past week.
> If you are all very busy or I have posted to the
> wrong forum accept my
> apologies. I can understand that some of the
> questions may not be relevant
> or not technical but they are not answered in the
> faq/man pages. As I am not
> using Linux/Unix does this mean that some of the
> options or GPG will not
> Could you let me know where I might find the answers
> to my questions.
> Mike Burgess
> ATTACHMENT part 2 message/rfc822
> From: "Mike Burgess" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> To: <email@example.com>
> Subject: PHP, windows and GNUPGP - output problems.
> Date: Mon, 7 Jan 2002 14:20:52 -0000
> I am building a system to verify coursework sent to
> my university using
> digital signatures (final project).
> I have two boxes: a winxp client and win2kserver
> I can run all options from command line and can
> verify files/export sigs
> from PHP but cannot encrypt. I get the error in
> apache error log:
> [Mon Jan 07 12:24:28 2002] [error] [client
> 10.0.0.15] gpg: /gnupg/m.txt:
> encryption failed: public key not found
> Also all output goes to the error log e.g.
> [Mon Jan 07 12:33:44 2002] [error] [client
> 10.0.0.15] gpg: Good signature
> from "mike burgess (me)
> [Mon Jan 07 13:03:11 2002] [error] [client
> 10.0.0.15] gpg: Signature made
> 01/07/02 03:39:23 using DSA key ID 696570C2
> a) do I need to tell php/apache in config files
> details about gpg?
> b) do I need to change userid's on keys used to
> nobody/www as I see in some
> documentation? is there a process for this
> c) if I use the environment variable
> putenv("GNUPGHOME=c:\gnupg\.gpg"); is
> this correct? I can verify files with:
> system("/gnupg/gpg --verify
> /gnupg/m.asc ",$out); and get a return of 0.
> d) how do I get error log output to where I want it?
> i.e. not in the error
> e) the '--status-fd n' option seems to be what I
> want but it comes up as an
> invalid option when used withinphp and I cannot seem
> to be using it right
> from within command line; is the following valid?
> gpg --status-fd out.txt --verify m.asc
> to send output to out.txt rather than screen? I have
> tried --logger but this
> produces no output either.
> Any help would be appreciated - thanks.
> Gnupg-users mailing list
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