Testing GPG EMail encryption

Werner Koch wk at gnupg.org
Thu May 24 20:48:08 CEST 2012

Hi David,

your mails are hard to read because you do not trim the quotes and use
lines of 90 characters or longer.  Please don't use more than about 72.
One hint anyway:

GNOME has a thing called gnome-keyring which hijacks the gpg-agent IPC
and thus you run into problems when using GnuPG-2.  It is possible to
switch this off (look for a components configure options in
gnome-keyring).  Seahorse does something quite similar but usually does
not break GnuPG's internal communication channels.  I don't know which
distribution versions enable these misfeatures, though.



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