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Re: mutt and pgp (OBSD 2.7)
- To: misc_(_at_)_openbsd_(_dot_)_org
- Subject: Re: mutt and pgp (OBSD 2.7)
- From: Ray Schneider <ray_(_at_)_tux_(_dot_)_org>
- Date: Sat, 23 Dec 2000 19:04:58 -0500
Im not sure that what is in ports compiles with pgp support enabled. That would
mean that when you set pgp_default etc...in your .muttrc files its going to
throw you errors. Im only guessing here as your information is rather vague,
but you may want to grab the tarball from mutt.org and do a ./configure -help
and see what the flag or arg is for enabling pgp support in the build. Once
you have done that, and followed it up with the rest (make , make install)
you should be able to set things in your .muttrc file and be able to use
pgp or gnupg whichever.
I hope that helps some.
On Sat, Dec 23, 2000 at 04:05:31PM -0600, Chris Frost informed:
> I'm using mutt from openbsd 2.7's ports (1.0.1i), and whenever I use a pgp
> option mutt complains that it is an unknown variable. Any suggestions?
> Even a simple "set pgp_default_version="gpg"" isn't recognized.
> Chris Frost | <http://www.frostnet.net/chris/>
> Public PGP Key:
> Email chris_(_at_)_frostnet_(_dot_)_net with the subject "retrieve pgp key"
> or visit <http://www.frostnet.net/chris/about/pgp_key.phtml>
Ray Schneider ray at tux.org
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