[Fwd: cannot get sylpheed to do encryption] Includes attachment
Sun Oct 13 00:00:01 2002
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On Saturday 12 October 2002 22:59, Newton Hammet wrote:
> Newton Hammet wrote:
> > I am right now pursuing the problem by attempting the gpgme
> > installed and configured correctly.
> > checking for gpg... /usr/bin/gpg
> > checking for gpgsm... no
> > configure: WARNING: Could not find GpgSM, install GpgSM or use \
> > --with-gpgsm=PATH to enable it
> > I can't find GpgSM anywhere on my system. I cannot seem to find
> > a place where I can download and install it.
gpgsm is part of newpg.
> > Is it something I need to have present in order for gpgme to be
> > installed correctly so that sylpheed can be installed with privacy
> > enabled?
I don't know.
> > This is currently how I am attempting to install sylpheed :
> > gpgme-0.3.9
> > ./configure --enable-gpgmeplug
> > make
> > make --install
Did you try without the '--enable-gpgmeplug' option? The gpgme plugins
are currently only supported by KMail and mutt. You don't need them for
The following might help you:
It tells you how to compile gpgme for KMail and mutt. But the generic
part of these instructions should solve your problems with compiling
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