Op 08-08-17 om 00:57 schreef Daniel Kahn Gillmor:> On Mon 2017-08-07 19:57:41 +0200, Paul van der Vlis wrote: >> I did now as root: >> dpkg-divert --local --rename --divert \ >> /etc/xdg/autostart/gnome-keyring-gpg.desktop-disable \ >> --add /etc/xdg/autostart/gnome-keyring-gpg.desktop >> >> And I logged out and in again. Now I can use Enigmail, but it works not >> really nice. Before I could turn-on encrypting and signing using the >> menu. Now it says default "encrypt (auto)" and it's not clear if it's >> encrypting or not. If I click on it, it says "encrypt" without "(auto)" >> and then it works, but I cannot turn it off anymore using the menu. But >> maybe this is new and normal. > > Are you talking about during message composition?
Yes. > there is a big enigmail toolbar that should be at the top of each > composition window. it has two buttons, one for signing, and one for > encryption. those buttons should be very clear whether they're selected > or not. If you don't have the toolbar, maybe its been customized away? That's possible. > can you do "View | Toolbars | Enigmail Toolbar" ? This helps! > I think maybe the other report that you're making here is that the > checkboxes on thunderbird 53 menus on jessie are not visible. Correct. > I can confirm that: <image was removed> > I've cloned this bug to document that problem and bring it to the > attention of the thunderbird devs. Nice to hear. >> So I think what other people with this probleme have to do is: >> --------- >> echo "use-agent" >> ~/.gnupg/gpg.conf >> >> sudo dpkg-divert --local --rename --divert \ >> /etc/xdg/autostart/gnome-keyring-gpg.desktop-disable \ >> --add /etc/xdg/autostart/gnome-keyring-gpg.desktop >> >> logout and login again. >> --------- > > That sounds plausible. i could even consider shipping the > dpkg-diversion in the jessie version of enigmail, if the gnome-keyring > maintainers are OK with it. (or they could ship an update in jessie > that disables it too) Maybe think about it. A message after the upgrade of Enigmail would be an simple alternative. > But really, users should be encouraged to upgrade to stretch :) I have many customers who buy a laptop with Debian from me, but do not come when there is a new version. And organizations what cannot upgrade before much testing. Jessie has security support, and that is important. With regards, Paul van der Vlis -- Paul van der Vlis Linux systeembeheer Groningen https://www.vandervlis.nl/