no, there seem to be no .lock in the .gnupg, and gnupg isn't running.
I have, in the meantime, landed in a greater problem, though: Enigmail
and it will not uninstall completely, neither let itself be re-installed.
Also, if I exit Thunderbird, the window of Thunderbird will disappear,
but the process will
keep running, hogging over 1 GB RAM, and only kill -9 will really kill it.
Dne 9.5.2012 13:30, Patrick Brunschwig napsal(a):
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> On 09.05.12 12:24, Marian Kechlibar wrote:
>> 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)
>> Can you help me?
> I assume that GnuPG is waiting for another process to terminate (even
> if that other process does not exist anymore). Please check if
> ~/.gnupg contains any *.lock file, and if so delete these files.
> - -Patrick
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