How to open Windows GPG encrypted files on Mac OS X
ulrich.moritz at googlemail.com
Sat Apr 30 13:28:51 CEST 2011
we recently had some problems with TextWrangler and GPGServices (most likely a problem with the handling of different line-endings in TextWrangler and/or GPGServices).
Please try to decrypt the encrypted text using the standard TextEdit.app of OS X.
If that fails too and if you still have access to the windows system, could you try to send an encrypted text. My public key has the keyID 59B34B61 and the key of the GPGTools team has the ID 00D026C4.
On Samstag, 30. April 2011 at 11:49, Alexander Willner wrote:
> Please test the latest GPGServices beta version from gpgtools.org and send further requests to their mailing list.
> Hope we'll figure out how to solve your issue.
> Br, Alex
> sent from my mobile phone,
> please excuse my brevity
> On 30.04.2011, at 04:17, insightfulmac wrote:
> > Hi,
> > I have been using GPG for Windows for some years. Recently I've bought a
> > Mac. I've installed the GPG for Mac OSX, but the problem is that I am not
> > able to open the old GPG for Windows encrypted files.
> > I have installed the GPGServices, so what I do is: open the Windows
> > encrypted files on Mac using the TextWrangler text editor, selecting the
> > encrypted text and choosing Services->OpenPGP Decrypt.
> > However, I always receive the following error: "Decryption failed. No
> > decryptable text was found within the selection".
> > Does anyone know how can I decrypt Windows-GPG encrypted files on Mac OS X?
> > Thanks!!!!
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