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Re: interjecting a custom epa passphrase prompt

From: Tom Lynch
Subject: Re: interjecting a custom epa passphrase prompt
Date: Sat, 21 May 2011 11:30:28 -0400

Well it is good that both can be installed, but how?

I'm looking through the repositories at software.opensuse.org and via
YAST on my system.

I already have libgpgme11 installed.   Neither gpg nor gpg 2 appear in
the requirements list.  I am compiling with 'gpgme-config --libs
--cflags' and it is clearly pulling in gpg 2 stuff.

There is another gpgme package listed (without the '11') - but it
clearly lists 'gpg 2' as a package required dependency.

A search for 'gpg 1' comes up empty.  When doing a search for 'gpg'
and looking through the whole list, there is nothing that talks about
anything except gpg2

So where does one find 'gpg 1' ?  How do you convince gpgme to use it?

On 5/20/11, Daiki Ueno <address@hidden> wrote:
> Thomas Lynch <address@hidden> writes:
>> The SUSE update distribution has dependencies on gpg 2 and looks like
>> other things will break if I uninstall it.
> You don't need to uninstall gpg 2, but you can install gpg 1 as well.
> They can reside simultaneously in a single system.

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