Compiling and using v1.2.1 on Solaris.
Fri Nov 15 13:28:02 2002
I was trying to decrypt a file on NT using GnuPG v1.2.1 and was receiving
the error "packet too short". I realised that this was because it was
encrypted on a Solaris machine running v1.0.6 (as per
I downloaded the Solaris version of v1.2.1 and (after much pain and no
little hair loss) managed to generate the gpg binary.
However, now I get the error "MPI too large". My research tells me that
this may be caused by a zero octet. However, when I check my keys with
http://www.pgpdump.net/, I cannot see "00" at the beginning of any blocks.
I've deleted and recreated secring, pubring and trustdb on both machines but
it still doesn't work. I have had no problems exporting, importing or
signing the keys to and from either machine.
Can anyone help?
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