Beonex Communicator 0.8 Released
Monday June 10th, 2002
Ben Bucksch writes in with news that a new version of Beonex Communicator has been released. Beonex Communicator is a Mozilla-based browser for 'mom and dad' users with a special emphasis placed on privacy and security. Version 0.8-stable is based on the final Mozilla 1.0 source code and is available for Linux and Windows.
#5 Re: Enigmail as optional install
by johnlar <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Tuesday June 11th, 2002 7:15 AM
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I'm assuming your in windows First make sure that you have pgp or gnupg working. Make sure that you have it in your path (and that if you are using gnupg you have it installed in C:\GNUPG\ you can use a different directory but it required changing some config options, so just put it there) to set a path edit c:\autoexec.bat and find PATH=C:\WINDOWS;C:\WINDOWS\COMMAND;etc and add ;C:\GNUPG if there is no PATH statement just add PATH=%path%;C:\GNUPG after you chage that either reboot or type PATH=%path%;C:\GNUPG in the command line (note %path% represents whatever is currently set as path as you are not wanting to override path, just add to it) After that and once enigmail is installed, try enigmail:about If it freezes, PGP isn't installed correctly or it doesn't know where to find it, try going into mail and using the engimail/preferences menu. Hit the Advanced button and make sure the the path is set right. If it doesn't freeze, but gives you a Failed to access enigmail service! message. The version of enigmail and your version of mozilla are not compatible. Try using 1.0 and the 1.0 version of engimail