mac3iii at gmail.com
Sat Sep 6 15:11:33 CEST 2014
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> You mean GPA 0.9.5?
> In case you installed gpgme to /usr/local you should add
> "/usr/local/lib" to your /etc/ld.so.conf and run ldconfig.
Done! Thank you.
> To diagnose the problem you may run "ldd gpa | grep libgpgme".
Everything seems to be in order now. The result is: libgpgme.so.11 =>
> I can't tell you - are these X.509 certificates?
Yes, X.509 certificates (14 expired out of 15). An example is: Issuer
...: /CN=7R-CA 1:PN/NameDistinguisher=1/O=RegulierungsbehÈorde fÈur
Telekommunikation und ....
I tried to delete a few of them using gpa 0.9.5 but kept getting the
error message: GPGME library returned an unexpected error at
gpakeydeleteop.c:208. The error was: No public key
These do not show up with the gpg2 -k command on my machine.
In case none of us has said so lately, thank you, Werner, for your
immeasurable contributions to individual security and dignity
throughout the world.
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