Install GnuPG on Win98? Use GPA?
Sun Mar 31 15:06:01 2002
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On Sunday 31 March 2002 12:06, Justin Troutman wrote:
> > use GnuPG with a more user friendly frontend, but have
> > working from the prompt on DOS before Windows took over.
> Working with GnuPG via command line is fairly simple, provided you
> read over the man file and some documentation, however the GUI
> automation is great, but, with GnuPP, of which is explained a bit
> below, you can use the GUI utilities or still choose to run it at
> command line. Your call.
>STOP: If you use GPA-0.5 (aka GnuPP, AFAIK), make sure to generate
>keypair (if any) _on the command line_. GPA-0.5 has a nasty bug that
>result in all non-us-ascii characters encoded invalidly. Don't know
>slipped into the GnuPP release, but I guess so.
>Not that it would matter for Greg, but one should be careful when
Right, my apologies. I used WinPT for key generation, however, so
I've had no problems. GPA 0.5.0 is packaged with GnuPP, so it would
be best to either
use WinPT or generate from the command line.
Thanks for pointing that out, Marc.
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