[SATLUG] gpg with Mutt not working

Chris Lemire good_bye300 at yahoo.com
Tue Jun 24 19:53:12 CDT 2008


Anybody???


--- On Mon, 6/23/08, Chris Lemire <good_bye300 at yahoo.com> wrote:

> From: Chris Lemire <good_bye300 at yahoo.com>
> Subject: [SATLUG] gpg with Mutt not working
> To: "San Antonio Linux User Group Mailing List" <satlug at satlug.org>, mutt-users at mutt.org
> Date: Monday, June 23, 2008, 4:42 PM
> Hello, I'd like to have gpg with --clearsign working in
> Mutt and the text to be in the message, not as an
> attachment. I tried all of these before
> sending an email, i for inline, c for clearsign, and s for
> sign. s does
> sign the message, but it puts the signature in an
> attachment. The others
> do nothing. I copied /usr/share/doc/mutt-1.5.18/gpg.rc and
> am using it
> in my mutt configuration. What could be the problem? Here
> is the configuration.
> 
> # -*-muttrc-*-
> #
> # Command formats for gpg.
> # 
> # This version uses gpg-2comp from 
> #   http://70t.de/download/gpg-2comp.tar.gz
> #
> # $Id$
> #
> # %p    The empty string when no passphrase is needed,
> #       the string "PGPPASSFD=0" if one is
> needed.
> #
> #       This is mostly used in conditional % sequences.
> #
> # %f    Most PGP commands operate on a single file or a
> file
> #       containing a message.  %f expands to this
> file's name.
> #
> # %s    When verifying signatures, there is another
> temporary file
> #       containing the detached signature.  %s expands to
> this
> #       file's name.
> #
> # %a    In "signing" contexts, this expands to
> the value of the
> #       configuration variable $pgp_sign_as.  You probably
> need to
> #       use this within a conditional % sequence.
> #
> # %r    In many contexts, mutt passes key IDs to pgp.  %r
> expands to
> #       a list of key IDs.
> 
> # Note that we explicitly set the comment armor header
> since GnuPG, when used
> # in some localiaztion environments, generates 8bit data in
> that header, thereby
> # breaking PGP/MIME.
> 
> # decode application/pgp
> set pgp_decode_command="gpg --status-fd=2
> %?p?--passphrase-fd 0? --no-verbose --quiet --batch
> --output - %f"
> 
> # verify a pgp/mime signature
> set pgp_verify_command="gpg --status-fd=2 --no-verbose
> --quiet --batch --output - --verify %s %f"
> 
> # decrypt a pgp/mime attachment
> set pgp_decrypt_command="gpg --status-fd=2
> %?p?--passphrase-fd 0? --no-verbose --quiet --batch
> --output - %f"
> 
> # create a pgp/mime signed attachment
> # set pgp_sign_command="gpg-2comp --comment ''
> --no-verbose --batch --output - %?p?--passphrase-fd 0?
> --armor --detach-sign --textmode %?a?-u %a? %f"
> set pgp_sign_command="gpg --no-verbose --batch --quiet
> --output - %?p?--passphrase-fd 0? --armor --detach-sign
> --textmode %?a?-u %a? %f"
> 
> # create a application/pgp signed (old-style) message
> # set pgp_clearsign_command="gpg-2comp --comment
> '' --no-verbose --batch --output -
> %?p?--passphrase-fd 0? --armor --textmode --clearsign
> %?a?-u %a? %f"
> set pgp_clearsign_command="gpg --no-verbose --batch
> --quiet --output - %?p?--passphrase-fd 0? --armor
> --textmode --clearsign %?a?-u %a? %f"
> 
> # create a pgp/mime encrypted attachment
> # set pgp_encrypt_only_command="pgpewrap gpg-2comp -v
> --batch --output - --encrypt --textmode --armor
> --always-trust -- -r %r -- %f"
> set pgp_encrypt_only_command="pgpewrap gpg --batch
> --quiet --no-verbose --output - --encrypt --textmode
> --armor --always-trust -- -r %r -- %f"
> 
> # create a pgp/mime encrypted and signed attachment
> # set pgp_encrypt_sign_command="pgpewrap gpg-2comp
> %?p?--passphrase-fd 0? -v --batch --output - --encrypt
> --sign %?a?-u %a? --armor --always-trust -- -r %r --
> %f"
> set pgp_encrypt_sign_command="pgpewrap gpg
> %?p?--passphrase-fd 0? --batch --quiet --no-verbose
> --textmode --output - --encrypt --sign %?a?-u %a? --armor
> --always-trust -- -r %r -- %f"
> 
> # import a key into the public key ring
> set pgp_import_command="gpg --no-verbose --import
> %f"
> 
> # export a key from the public key ring
> set pgp_export_command="gpg --no-verbose --export
> --armor %r"
> 
> # verify a key
> set pgp_verify_key_command="gpg --verbose --batch
> --fingerprint --check-sigs %r"
> 
> # read in the public key ring
> set pgp_list_pubring_command="gpg --no-verbose --batch
> --quiet --with-colons --list-keys %r" 
> 
> # read in the secret key ring
> set pgp_list_secring_command="gpg --no-verbose --batch
> --quiet --with-colons --list-secret-keys %r" 
> 
> # fetch keys
> # set pgp_getkeys_command="pkspxycwrap %r"
> 
> # pattern for good signature - may need to be adapted to
> locale!
> 
> # set pgp_good_sign="^gpgv?: Good signature from
> "
> 
> # OK, here's a version which uses gnupg's message
> catalog:
> # set pgp_good_sign="`gettext -d gnupg -s 'Good
> signature from "' | tr -d '"'`"
> 
> # This version uses --status-fd messages
> set pgp_good_sign="^\\[GNUPG:\\]
> GOODSIG"
> 
> #set pgp_encryptself
> set pgp_replysign
> set pgp_verify_sig=yes
> 
> 
>       
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