On Thu, Nov 29, 2001 at 11:41:55AM +0000, Ken Guest wrote:
> I'm getting a 403 "Forbidden access" on that...
> If you wouldn't mind, would it be ok if I put a copy of gpg.html (once I
> can access it) up on the linux.ie website?
that should be fixed now. it's kind of crap, but it'sa start. if people
setting it up based on that want to fill in the blanks feel free to
modify the file. if people send suggestions to me (including links to
other tutorials) i'll add them. i've cc'd this to the list to encourage
also, it would be nice if people could add tutorials for other mailers.
paul jakma and i keep trying to get encryption working more smoothly
between mutt and pine, but we've seen little joy so far.
i know mozilla mail can use gpg if you set a configure time option.
well, darren rogers has told me this. it's an easy change to the rpm
spec file to get rpm's that enable that.
and yes wrt john's comment, it would be nice if ilug allowed signed mails.
particularly in light of that little shell script i just wrote based on
kevin at suberic.net gpg or pgp encrypted mail is preferred. my
fork()'ed on 37058400 public key is available at:
meatspace place: home http://suberic.net/~kevin/gpg.roo.public.txthttp://suberic.net/~kevin
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