[RCD] Roundcube Webmail 1.2.0 released

Andrea Brancatelli abrancatelli at schema31.it
Wed May 25 18:34:33 CEST 2016


Hello, 

we're trying to set up enigma/gpg on a test machine but I can't get it
to work. 

Everything seems to work ok until I try to create a private key. 

Since this is a test platform I just everything enigma related in
/tmp/enigma .... 

I have a test user utente1 at mail.qa.schema31.it. After I go into settings
-> pgp keys and i interact there i find this: 

[root at fosforo /tmp/enigma]# find . -ls
1295535 8 drwxrwxrwx 3 webmail-dev wheel 512 May 25 18:15 .
1295536 8 drwx------ 3 www wheel 512 May 25 18:22
./utente1 at mail.qa.schema31.it
1295537 8 drwx------ 2 www wheel 512 May 25 18:15
./utente1 at mail.qa.schema31.it/private-keys-v1.d
1295540 16 -rw-r--r-- 1 www wheel 5061 May 25 18:21
./utente1 at mail.qa.schema31.it/pubring.kbx
1295542 8 -rw-r--r-- 1 www wheel 2702 May 25 18:20
./utente1 at mail.qa.schema31.it/pubring.kbx~ 

not that creating the keys gives an error ("Unable to import key(s)!
Internal error.") and in fact there's no private key in the relative
folder... 

But the pubring is fine and round cube correctly reports a key as
created with all sub keys informations. 

Obviously signing or encrypting doesn't work. 

gpg agent is correctly running.... 

[root at fosforo /tmp/enigma/utente1 at mail.qa.schema31.it]# ps -ax | grep
gpg
21900 - Ss 0:00.00 /usr/local/bin/gpg-agent --daemon --options /dev/null
--csh --keep-display --no-grab --ignore-cache-for-signing
--pinentry-touch-file /dev/null --disable-scdaemon
--no-use-standard-socket --pinentry-program
/usr/home/webmail-dev/www/gcloud-webmail/roundcube/vendor/pear-pear.php.net/Crypt_GPG/Crypt/GPG/../../bin/crypt-gpg-pinentry
--homedir /tmp/enigma/utente1 at mail.qa.schema31.it 

Any idea? 

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Andrea Brancatelli
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Il 2016-05-22 20:30 Thomas Bruederli ha scritto:

> - PGP encryption
> There wasn't much feedback on the 1.2-beta version and the release
> candidate which we consider a good sign. Some cleanup and
> stabilization of the Enigma plugin just happened for the now stable
> version.
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