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From: Vox (vox_at_gnulinux.org.mx)
Date: Fri Nov 15 2002 - 00:51:05 CST
This time Vincent Danen <vdanenmandrakesoft.com>
becomes daring and writes:
> On Thursday, November 14, 2002, at 11:17 PM, Vox wrote:
>>>> I'm absolutely clueless too....last gnupg upgrade I have is from
>>>> 28th of october, the --enable-m-guard thing, and that's it. And the
>>>> last emacs change I have is from the 31st of october, a texinfo
>>>> thing. And I'm using gnus from CVS, and was last updated by me on
>>>> the 27th of october. So...all things considered, it makes
>>>> no sense, unless something was changed in the server.
>>> Which version of gnupg? 1.2.1? I've not tried it, so have no clue as
>>> to whether or not something has changed. Maybe I'll upgrade my 9.0
>>> box tomorrow and try sending a few mails out with mutt and see what
>> Yup, gnupg-1.2.1-1mdk.
> Which version of Gnus? And which version where you using prior to
> today when you last posted a gpg-signed message to the list? I
> strongly suspect Gnus.
Oort 0.08 right now, and Oort 0.08 last time :) I've been using the
same version of gnus for a bit over 3 weeks, IIRC.
>>> the entire message body to be removed and just leave the sig? Very
>> Actually, the mail *is* there, if you look at the source of it. It
>> just makes everything become a part of the headers for some strange
> Yup, I saw it. Read the message I just wrote and you'll understand
Read my answer, you'll see that something *is* happening :)
>>> And nothing has changed AFAIK on the MandrakeSecure server... still
>>> running ezmlm-idx with no changes at all to the mail system.
>> Uhm....strange...very damn strange....I hate not being able to send
>> signed messages :(
> I hear ya. But I think you might have to back out of your current
> Gnus version, or ask the authors why they broke MIME handling in the
Before I do that, I need to make sure that MIME handling is indeed
broken...and I suspect it isn't (read my other mail).
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