Debian Packages for 2.4 (was: Application deadlock when using GnuPG, gpgsm, and Scute)

Bernhard Reiter bernhard at
Wed Apr 26 14:33:49 CEST 2023

Hi Simon,

Am Dienstag 11 April 2023 15:13:12 schrieb Simon Josefsson via Gnupg-users:
> >> Are there well-maintained debian packages for GnuPG 2.4 anywhere? 
> >>

> only took an hour or so to build bullseye packages for 2.2.40 and 2.4.0
> via gitlab.  See how to test the packages below. 

[found the instructions in the link as well]

> Of course, this is work in progress...  See
> for background.
> I'm sure we could finalize this into stable URLs and sign the apt
> repository using a GnuPG key if people find this interesting. 

Cool, thanks! Yes I am interested and I think others will be as well.

> I would find packages for Trisquel aramo useful myself,
> I'm not sure the  bullseye packages work directly.

If there is helpful input someone in this list has
and is a Debian user, you can and should send it to the issue tracker.


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