balogh.david at hushmail
Jul 2, 2007, 1:56 PM
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Re: Can not encrypt or decrypt large files with GPA:
[In reply to]
On Mon, 02 Jul 2007 15:23:18 +0200 Bernhard Reiter
<bernhard [at] intevation> wrote:
>On Thursday 28 June 2007 01:36, balogh.david [at] hushmail wrote:
>> With the GPA GUI, if I attempt to decrypt or encrypt a file of
>> 3GB+, I get a GPA error box
>> that simply says: /path/filename.gpg: File too large
>> Is there a work around for this? Do I have something mangled?
>thanks for your report!
>Can you give us the precise version
>of GPA you have this problem with and
>the operating system?
>(This will shorten the time for the (mostly volunteer) developers
>to reproduce the problem.)
>Best is to open an issue in the problem tracker for GPA
>(This will make sure the point is not forgotten.)
Linux OS, CentOS 5
The version of GPA I am using came from the Dag repository and the
(Dag runs a little behind on versions...)
The gpgme also came from the Dag repo and is:
Since I did not make the rpm or build it from source, I have no
idea what options, if any, were used for compile.
Since this might have been corrected in a more recent version,
should I still file a bug report, or does anyone know if this is
still an issue in 0.7.6?
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