gnupg1.0.7 removing the secmem warning
Peter T. Abplanalp
Fri May 10 21:15:02 2002
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the only thing that comes to mind is that you might have 2 gpg's
installed. the one that came w/ redhat and the one you compiled. try
a 'which gpg' and make sure are using the gpg you think you are
On Fri, May 10, 2002 at 02:04:24PM -0500, Newton Hammet wrote:
> Mikko Moilanen wrote:
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> > Viestiss? Maanantai 7. Tammikuuta 2002 21:41, kirjoitit:
> > > On Mon, Jan 07, 2002 at 01:29:54PM -0500, Frank Tobin wrote:
> > > gpg: Warning: using insecure memory!
> > > see http://www.gnupg.org/faq.html#q6.1 for information
> Hello All,
> I have just installed gnupg.1.0.7, and it compiled no errors,
> and I used it to create a public key.
> This is a stupid question, I know, but I followed the faq above
> about setuid ... and I have the following:
> rwsrwsr-x root root /usr/local/bin/gpg
> I am still getting the :=20
> "Warning: using insecure memory!'
> I do not want to simply turn off the warning... I want to setup
> gpg properly so that it will plock the appropiate pages in real
> Is there something obvious I am missing? I went through the same
> process with gnupg.1.0.6, with the same procedure and that worked
> just fine.
> and I am running Linux RH 7.2...
> Do I need to go back and re-do the make and give it some additional
> Please can someone help.
> Regards, Newton
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