Houston, we have a problem.
chris at chrishowells.co.uk
Thu Sep 5 23:13:29 BST 2002
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On Thursday 05 September 2002 11:13 pm, Ingo Klöcker wrote:
> > Also if gpg is trying to download a key from a keyserver and the
> > keyserver doesn't respond (or takes some time), kmail takes all CPU.
> > In the case of the server not responding, forever.
> Proposal: Use a more reliable keyserver.
Do you really think that telling this to a user is an acceptable answer?
The program should surely deal with the problem, not expect the user to work
Cheers, Chris Howells -- chris at chrishowells.co.uk, howells at kde.org
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