Newbie - compiling gnupg-1.4.6 and GpgSM
luis at riseup.net
Fri Jan 12 15:05:01 CET 2007
> I am trying to update, extend (and actually begin to use),
> the gpg on this rather old Slackware box (9.1).
> gnupg-2.0.1 needs some libraries. That is fine, but one of
> them is libpthread. (I have /lib/libpthread-0.10.so, but no
> pth-config and I can't persuade .configure to find / use
> my 0.10.) As I understand it, libpthread is part of libc,
> and I do not feel competent to disturb my installed libc by
> upgrading libpthread.
AFAIK you can just compile and install GNU Pth, no need to update
Actually, I have created SlackBuilds for GnuPG 2.x and all it's
dependencies, including libpth. I only tested these scripts under
Slackware 11.0, but you could give them a try under Slackware 9.1.
You can find them at:
Create and install the packages following the order above and you
shouldn't have any problems regarding dependencies. Also, these scripts
should take care of downloading the sources (and its signatures), if
Let me know if/how it works out.
> So, I fall back on gnupg-1.4.6, which compiles and installs
> Then I try to install gpgme-1.0.3. It wants GpgSM version
> min. 1.9.6. As I understand it (I have googled and searched
> the archive of this list), GpgSM is now part of
> gnupg-2.0.1, which I can't have for the reason given above.
> I have tried to find sources for GpgSM by following the
> links in old posts on this list to Project Ägypten - but if
> the sources for GpgSM were ever available there, I can't
> find them now.
> Is there somewhere I can find GpgSM sources for my
> gnupg-1.4.6 / gpgme-1.0.3 please?
> Any other advice?
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