[PC-BSD Testing] kgpg
kris at pcbsd.org
Fri Jan 15 16:12:51 PST 2010
We could probably do that. We really should ping the maintainer of kgpg as well though, seems that a change like that should be standard :)
Gerard van Essen <gvanessen at gmail.com> wrote:
>I had the same problem with kgpg disappearing in the tray, but if you launch
>the program with with "kgpg -k" it opens up fine.
>Maybe we can just amend the menu entry with this?
>On Tue, Jan 12, 2010 at 9:00 AM, Stephan Assmus <superstippi at gmx.de> wrote:
>> On 2010-01-11 at 22:30:14 [+0100], Dru Lavigne <drulavigne at sympatico.ca>
>> > > > However, the KGpg application will not launch as a regular user (so
>> > > > you can manipulate keys, options, etc.). I could get it to start with
>> > > > kdesu kgpg, but that won't manipulate the regular user's keys. (and
>> > > > it refuses to generate a key pair as root).
>> > > >
>> > > I'm not sure what to tell you, it works just fine here when I go to
>> > > start -> utilities -> encryption tool as my regular user on a fresh
>> > > install. The first time I ran it, it went ahead and prompted me to
>> > > setup a new key, and did it just fie.
>> > >
>> > > However, I did notice something which may be causing confusion. kgpg
>> > > can only have a single session running at a time, and by default it
>> > > "hides" in the system tray (where klipper is), but you have to click
>> > > the "<" arrow to expand the tray and see it. So if you already have it
>> > > running (but hidden by the tray), it won't start a new one, or bring
>> > > any GUI up, until you click on the tray icon.
>> > Hiding was the culprit. Thanks! I'll add a note for readers.
>> It's a bug in the program or the port, though. It should notify the already
>> running instance to pop up it's interface. That would be a much better fix
>> than mentioning it in some documentation.
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