david at gbenet.com
david at gbenet.com
Mon Nov 17 12:32:42 CET 2014
On 16/11/14 16:54, Philip Jackson wrote:
> On 16/11/14 05:59, david at gbenet.com wrote:
>> I have partly resolved the problem - which seems to be related to gnupg2 Thunderbird and
>> Enigmail running on a 64 bit Linux. The only error message am now getting is "bad
>> passphrase" when I've not even entered a passphrase but am about to too.
> I had this same difficulty around June this year when I migrated from Windows7
> to UbuntuStudio 1404. (both 64 bit).
> I wanted to use gnupg2 rather than the standard gnupg1-4.-16 which was packaged
> with Ubuntu and the gnupg website said that gnupg1 and gnupg2 could co-exist ok
> on the same machine. So I installed the Ubuntu gnupg2 package 2.0.22.
> I had migrated my Thunderbird profile ok from Windows7 to Ubuntu and was happily
> using Thunderbird 24.6 and enigmail 1.6 before I installed gnupg2. Afterwards,
> I could not get emails to be signed. I did get the bad passphrase message
> without having been asked to provide one. I also got a 'no pinentry' message.
> I removed the Ubuntu gnupg2.0.22 package and using only gnupg1.4.16, Thunderbird
> and enigmail worked perfectly.
> I then set about learning how to install myself the latest version (at that
> time) which was gnupg2.0.26 with help from this list. When I got it installed,
> enigmail then worked perfectly.
> I cannot advise how to install gnupg2.0.26 - it was above my pay-grade at the
> time but I did manage it. And I have subsequently upgraded Thunderbird many
> times (now at 31.2) and enigmail too (now at 1.7.2). I confirm that on
> UbuntuStudio 14.04 64 bit, Thunderbird 31.2 with enigmail 1.7.2 works just fine
> with gnupg2.0.26.
> I wrote up some of my problem on launchpad (Ubuntu bug reports) and there is at
> least one other bug reporting similar behaviour. For further info on these, try
> these links :
> My conclusion was that there must have been some issue with the gnupg2.0.22
> package as prepared and released by ubuntu.
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I have not installed gnupg2 on my new Ubuntu LXDE 64 bit laptop. But am still stuck with
"bad passphrase" until I get that resolved I'll not be installing gnupg2 from the web site.
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