Interoperability problems between Sparc and x86?
Mon May 20 22:39:02 2002
On Wed, 15 May 2002 11:18:38 -0400, Jay Sauls said:
> how many times it's being called before it fails, and it's only called
> once. So apparently the first byte in the file is 0x2d, and
> apparently this is bad since it fails the !(ctb & 0x80) test in
Is this an ascii armored file? 0x2d is the dash used for the
hederline and the dash escaped text. May it be that the gpg didn't
detect that it isan ascii armored file - this may happen if the first
byte of the message look like a valid CTB (byte) of a binary message.
> For what it's worth, the files that are being encrypted are gzip'd
> text files (and yes, I know that GPG gzip's files inherently and that
> it's a waste of cycles to gzip a file that's already been gzip'd).
1.0.7 detects gzipped files and silenty disables the compression.
-z 0 may be used to force this.