Mika Suomalainen mika.henrik.mainio at hotmail.com
Fri Apr 20 15:18:19 CEST 2012

20.04.2012 15:46, Mike Acker kirjoitti:
> 19.04.2012 14:45, Mike Acker kirjoitti:
> I'm trying to setup Enigmail on an UBUNTU system and it gives me GnuPG:
> Not Found
> override ?  ( browse )
> what do I give it?  I found gpg in the /usr directory and I can run GPG
> commands from the Terminal window so GPG is clearly available.

I will now reply the fourth time. I use "reply all" button, because the
message doesn't seem to go anywhere with only "reply list".

If you want to use gpg1 with Enigmail, use /usr/bin/gpg .
If you want to use gpg2 with Enigmail, use /usr/bin/gpg2 .
/usr/bin/gpg should work with default Ubuntu install, but if you want to
use /usr/bin/gog2, you might need to install "gnupg2".

If you are unsure, just use /usr/bin/gpg, it should work with all Debian
based systems (including Debian, Ubuntu, Linux Mint etc.).

Mika Suomalainen
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