[Enigmail] The debug file said one thing, i fixed that. console says another not so easily fixed.
John W. Moore III
jmoore3rd at bellsouth.net
Fri Jul 11 09:04:22 PDT 2008
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Alan Yoder wrote:
> .bat file from the beginning. because i needed that gnupghome
> environment variable.
> ran it in its own window, hoping thunderbird/enigmail would call that
> version and not the version all by itself. unfortunately that was not
> the case. Had it done so, it would have found a working gpg. I could do
> everything via command line as long as i had that .bat file running cmd
> and setting the env variable.
The .bat File from GPG2GO calls upon the native Cmd screen of the PC it
is run on. [with Input & Output directed back to the location of the
.bat File] All USB designed Apps are tailored to be as minimally
invasive to the Registry as possible, if at all.
Why not Edit the go.bat File and Set the environment variable to
whatever You desire?
Timestamp: Friday 11 Jul 2008, 12:04 --400 (Eastern Daylight Time)
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