Debian Woody packages for KDE 3.1 + Ägypten

Ralf Nolden nolden at
Thu Jan 16 20:07:56 GMT 2003

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On Donnerstag, 16. Januar 2003 21:06, Ralf Nolden wrote:

*grmpf* I should tell also *where* they are :-)

deb ./
deb-src ./

> Hi,
> Sorry for cross-posting, first of all. I've build a set of debian woody
> packages for KDE 3.1 (as most will now except on gpa-dev at and
> added a complete set of woody packages for Aegypten now. Those include
> packages that are required backported from unstable where available and
> extended to make use of gpgme, threads and smartcard support through opensc
> + pcsc-lite.
> With this set of packages I hope that using Aegypten and KDE 3.1 will be
> much easier but be warned that they are a first test now (although I don't
> expect too many difficulties). The sources are included for all of the
> aegypten packages if you want to port them to other platforms than i386.
> More detailed information:
> Packages from unstable:
> cryptplug  gnupg  gpgme  libgcrypt  pcsc-lite
> Packages not in unstable but from
> dirmngr  libksba  mutts-gpgme  newpg  opensc  pinentry
> Whereas newpg is split up in gpgme and scdaemon to make the smartcard
> support independent. For configuring KMail from KDE 3.1 explained as on
> it should last to apt-get install kmail and the following packages:
> libgcrypt1
> libksba0
> gpgsm
> libgpgme6
> cryptplug
> pinentry-qt | pinentry-gtk | pinentry-curses
> For optional smartcard support, apt-get install scdaemon should resolve all
> dependencies (libopensc0, libpcsclite0, pcscd)
> I would be pleased if bugs in the overall modified build process can be
> reported or if everything is functional now (S/MIME, OpenPGP). Especially
> pinentry-qt is of interest as it is a Qt frontend which fits best on KDE
> :-)
> Ralf

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