[arch-general] Issue certificate
Iyán Méndez Veiga
me at iyanmv.com
Fri Jun 19 10:04:17 UTC 2020
I've been trying to debug an issue with a personal certificate. At first I
thought it was a Kmail/Kleopatra bug because after some updates of KDE
Applications back in January I stopped being able to sign emails with it.
But lately, after trying in KDE Neon and also in a fresh installation of
archlinux in a VM, it seems to work there but not in my old installation.
I have carefully checked old configurations (I don't have any .pacnew) and
still not working.
I have already wrote a detailed explanation in the forum so I will not copy
paste here. Here is the link:
Shortly, this is what I can do in both installations and the result is
different although both are Archlinux and up-to-date.
rm -r .gnupg
gpgsm --import my_certificate.p12
* Open Kleopatra -> Asks to trust root certificate -> Say yes and verify
fingerprint of Root CA
*Trust level in Kleopatra says "full" in VM and "invalid" in my desktop.
*Kmail can sign emails in VM and it fails with the following error in my
"Sending message failed. Could not compose message: Address family not
supported by protocol."
Any ideas what other packages can interfere with my certificate? In the
comments it was mentioned gnutl, p11-kit and ca-certificates* but I have same
pacakges installed in both systems (except lib32-* packages in the VM).
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