GPG on NT 4.0?
Sat Jan 4 05:37:02 2003
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On Saturday 04 Jan 2003 2:56 am, Malte Gell wrote:
> > I want to install GPG on an NT 4.0 system, but how do I check the
> > integrity of the .exe file? I have gone through a number of sites
> > to find the answer, but I only came across integrity checks for
> > UNIX systems.
> You could download GnuPG for Win32 on a machine that already has
> GnuPG installed and check integrity there. If this is not an option,
> you might download GnuPG and verify the MD5 sum.
> If you don't have a win program for getting the md5 sum of a file you
> can get one there:
> Now you're able to check GnuPG's integrity on either way.
Adding to the above, if you get your version of GnuPG from=20
http://www.nullify.org, you will find it optimised for Windows AND MD5=20
integrity figures are on the website.
The nullify.org build (I believe) takes the original source, patches it,=20
and compiles it using a compiler more optimized for Windows. MD5=20
checks are available for th source, patches, and finally optimised=20
GPG Keys at firstname.lastname@example.org
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