On 09/05/12 11:43, Marian Kechlibar wrote: > Hello David, > > you probably meant "uninstalling Fedora", not "uninstalling Enigmail"...? > > I can't change the entire OS, it is, in many other directions, a stable > and fine-tuned platform > for my work, and there is simply not enough time to do a full reinstall > to something else. > > Though I like openSuse as well... > > Nevertheless, Enigmail on Fedora behaved correctly until very recently; > I would guess that it > is not fault of the operating system. > > Best regards > > Marian > > > Dne 9.5.2012 12:36, david@gben... napsal(a): > On 09/05/12 11:24, Marian Kechlibar wrote: >>>> Hello, >>>> >>>> I am using Enigmail on Fedora 16 x86_64 with Thunderbird. TB version is >>>> 12.0.1, Enigmail version is 1.4.1. >>>> >>>> Enigmail stopped working completely some days ago, and any attempt to >>>> use it complains that Enigmail >>>> isn't correctly initialized. When I open OpenPGP / Key management, there >>>> is an endlessly running status >>>> bar at the bottom of the window, saying "Loading keys, please wait ..." >>>> (my translation, the message is in Czech), >>>> and no keys are visible. AFAIK, I have done nothing with my keyring (the >>>> keyset is constant, nothing added...), but >>>> some of them may have expired in that time - I am not sure. >>>> >>>> There are some interesting errors in the Thunderbird error console, >>>> generated at the startup of Thunderbird, namely: >>>> >>>> subprocess.jsm: got error from stdinWorker: expected type int, got (void 0) >>>> >>>> and this repeats once more with a slightly different message: >>>> >>>> expected type int, got (void 0) >>>> resource://enigmail/subprocess_worker_unix.js >>>> >>>> Can you help me? >>>> >>>> Best regards >>>> >>>> Marian Kechlibar >>>> _______________________________________________ >>>> Enigmail mailing list >>>> Enigmail@mozd... >>>> https://www.mozdev.org/mailman/listinfo/enigmail >>>> > Hello, > > Have you thought of un-installing enigmail? I had problems with Fedora 16 64 bit - and I > installed a hugely more stable opensuse 11.4 LXDE. I can't think what else you can do but > un-install and then go to the enigmail mail site and download from there. > > David > >> _______________________________________________ >> Enigmail mailing list >> Enigmail@mozd... >> https://www.mozdev.org/mailman/listinfo/enigmail > > _______________________________________________ > Enigmail mailing list > Enigmail@mozd... > https://www.mozdev.org/mailman/listinfo/enigmail
Yes! I meant enigmail. Did you install language modules for inigmail? BTW it took me 3.5 hours to get all my system back to normal when I installed opensuse - not that I'm suggesting you do that :)
You could try backing up your hidden Thunderbird folder un-installing and then reinstall. Then when you run Thunderbird for the first time - delete all the files and folders it creates and copy your old files into the folder. That way you are up and running again.
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