Subject: Re: PGP 2.6(ui)
To: None <amiga@NetBSD.ORG>
From: Jeff Thieleke <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 08/14/1995 00:56:46
> Quick question: Has anyone succesfully compiled PGP 2.6(ui) for NetBSD-Amiga?
> I can compile it OK without any errors, but it always throws up with "unexpected
> end if file" errors when decrypting.
For non-US residents, you should be using PGP 2.6.2i - the so-called
international version of the MIT PGP 2.6.2 release. You can read more
about 2.6.2i and download it at:
2.6.2i is basically 2.6.2 with Zimmerman's original RSA code, so the
preceeding paragraph should pertain to 2.6.2i.
I have successfully compiled PGP 2.6.2 on my NetBSD/amiga -current
machine, and I have had no problems with it. It compiles cleanly, once
you remove the i386 sections in the netbsd Makefile target *grrr*. If
you want to get really daring, you can even compile in the Sun/m68k assembly
code for better performance.
If you still can't get 2.6.2i to work, you can download the illegally
exported 2.6.2 from:
I have also successfully compiled the RSAREF-less version of 2.6.2i. The
performance of 2.6.2 and 2.6.2i was virtually identical, so I deleted
2.6.2i and use the legal 2.6.2 version.