GPG on Linux - Centos

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GPG on Linux - Centos

Postby Jamie » Sat May 17, 2014 8:11 am

User support request:

Running a test of 10.16 Enterprise on Centos 6.5 x86_64, with JRE 6u45.

All of the keys in my GPG keyring have a blank identity field. This makes it very difficult to tell which recipient I am selecting. This happens if I import the public key through the Automize interface or use a key that’s been imported directly through GPG. I have had to symlink /usr/bin/gpg to Hitek/gnupg/gpg in order to get anything to work, since there is no Hitek/gnupg/gpg within the java10.zip file that I downloaded.

The version of GPG provided with CentOS 6.5 is 2.0.14, which may be why I am getting incorrect results when Automize/Autokrypt is expecting a 1.4 version of GPG.
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Re: GPG on Linux - Centos

Postby Jamie » Sat May 17, 2014 8:11 am

For linux systems, download the 1.4 version of GPG. Unzip and place the the files in the Hitek/gnupg folder. Then restart engine and user interface.
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Re: GPG on Linux - Centos

Postby Jamie » Sat May 17, 2014 8:12 am

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Great, that worked, thanks.
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