jim at meyering
Sep 20, 2011, 1:38 AM
Post #7 of 10
Werner Koch wrote:
Re: gpa fails to deal with my key: Invalid crypto engine
[In reply to]
> On Mon, 19 Sep 2011 21:22, jim [at] meyering said:
>> Did you manage to reproduce the failure?
> No. I tried to reproduce but it worked (Debian Sid on x86).
> I use the same except for Libgcrypt which is 1.5.0 due to the ABI
> change. But that is not the problem.
>> Even with that, I still end up with the pesky undismissable
>> "GPA error" dialog.
>>From the log:
> gpgme_set_protocol: enter: ctx=0x9d9600, protocol=1 (CMS)
> gpgme_set_protocol: check: ctx=0x9d9600, releasing ctx->engine=0x958ae0
> gpgme_set_protocol: leave
> gpgme_op_keylist_start: enter: ctx=0x9d9600, pattern=(null), secret_only=1
> gpgme_op_keylist_start: error: Invalid crypto engine <GPGME>
> Do you have any X.509 key?
That you always use one makes me wonder.
Would you recommend doing so, in general?
> I have not tested without. Let's try to set
> cms_hack = 1; /* CMS is now always enabled. */
> in gpa/src/gpa.c to 0.
I made that change, recompiled gpa, and now it works.
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