libgcrypt selftest failed
kloecker at kde.org
Thu Jan 28 08:42:03 CET 2021
On Donnerstag, 28. Januar 2021 01:51:30 CET Christopher Mansfield wrote:
> Hi there,
> I'm running libgcrypt-1.9.0 on a Gentoo linux arm64. (actually I have 3
> arm64 machines and one x86_64 machine, all running Gentoo). I use the
> keepassxc application on all of these machines. After updating libgcrypt
> in the past couple of days, keepassxc won't start on my arm64 machines
> anymore. If I start it from a terminal, I see this message:
> libgcrypt selftest: kdf (34): invalid tests data
> FFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFF) libgcrypt selftest: kdf (34):
> Selftest failed
> The same keepassxc application works just fine on my x86_64 machine.
> I created a small c program that calls GCRYTL_SELFTEST and it gives the
> same error on my arm64 machine. No error from my x86_64 machine.
Several problems with arm64 have been reported for libgcrypt-1.9.0, e.g.
I suggest to report your findings also at https://dev.gnupg.org/ to ensure
that it's fixed in 1.9.1.
Also: The gcrypt-devel mailing list  is better suited for reports/questions
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