On Saturday December 27 2003 10:11, Michael Schwendt wrote: > On Fri, 26 Dec 2003 18:58:15 -0500, Terry Polzin wrote: > > OK so I get the following message when someone has signed their e-mails > > with pgp/gnu-privacy guard. Where do I get the plugin? > > > > Message was signed with unknown key. > > The validity of the signature cannot be verified. > > Problem: OpenPGP plug-in was not specified. > > Use the 'Settings->Configure KMail->Security' dialog to specify the > > plug-in or ask your system administrator to do that for you > > Get "cryptplug" from http://fedora.us "stable" repository. Apperantly, there is more to it than that: rpm -ivh cryptplug-0.3.16-0.fdr.2.1.i386.rpm error: Failed dependencies: libgpgme.so.6 is needed by cryptplug-0.3.16-0.fdr.2.1 rpm -ivh gpgme-0.4.3-0.fdr.2.1.i386.rpm error: Failed dependencies: libpth.so.20 is needed by gpgme-0.4.3-0.fdr.2.1 newpg >= 0:0.9.0 is needed by gpgme-0.4.3-0.fdr.2.1 So where do I find libpth, I have newpg, findrpm.net only gets me to a GNU source package for libpth which I have downloaded, compiled and installed. Still no joy, even after running ldconfig to be sure that the compiled libpth is in the loop so to speak.