HP/UX 11.11

Joseph Bruni jbruni@mac.com
Fri Jun 20 22:22:01 2003

Werner just posted the link to this list yesterday. You can scan the archives for the original email.

Alternatively, you can find it here:


You might not want to use 1.2.3rc1 for production work just yet. If you want to use 1.2.2, you will need to fix the
declaration of "buf" in random.c.  Let me know which way you want to go and I'll try to recreate the patch that I used if you want to use 1.2.2.


On Friday, June 20, 2003, at 12:10PM, <JTANNER@steelcase.com> wrote:

>I must be blind.  I can't find 1.2.3rc1 of GnuPG.  Would you please send me or
>post a link for where to get 1.2.3rc1?
>Thanks a bunch!
>Jon Tanner
>Steelcase Inc.
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>Date: Fri, 20 Jun 2003 11:24:38 -0600
>To: gnupg-users@gnupg.org
>From: jbruni@mac.com
>Sender: gnupg-users-admin@gnupg.org
>Subject: HP/UX 11.11
>1.2.3rc1 appears to be building correctly out of the box on 11.11 using the HP
> ANSI C compiler. I haven't tried it yet with GCC. The problems in random.c
> with the gettimeofday() are gone.
>Also, for those using 11.11, HP has a kernel patch you can apply that will give
> you /dev/random. It's a free download from the software.hp.com web site.
> Search for the package name "KRNG11i". It will require a reboot.
>I haven't been able to test this particular patch yet because we can't reboot
> our Superdomes until October.
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