[horde] Error generating pgp key pair

Jan Schneider jan at horde.org
Wed Jan 2 22:49:28 UTC 2008

Try if the following patch yields more information:

Zitat von Larry Honig <l at hdex.com>:

> Hi, I am sending this from my newly installed Horde Groupware Edition
> 1.1 RC1, which I seem to have set up correctly. I have a production
> version of IMP 4.01 /Horde 3.0 running as well, and they both have the
> same problem.
> In either version of Horde, I can successfully go to the page in IMP
> which allows me to generate or upload a key pair. When I attempt to
> create a key pair using Horde itself, it warns me that it will take a
> long time, and about two minutes later, I receive this message:
> Public/Private keypair not generated successfully.
> I have tried to RTFM but there does not appear to be any one place
> where the setup procedure for generating keys is explained. Googling
> "HORDE Public/Private keypair not generated successfully." and
> numerous variations also turns up nothing, except links to various
> translations of HORDE itself. The Horde Help link indicates that if
> the key pair is not generated then an error message explaning why will
> be displayed, but the message I see contains nothing I can use to
> debug what is going on! I have also enabled logging (at the
> PEAR_LOG_NOTICE level) of Horde messages to /var/log/horde.log but
> there are no relevant messages in there at all - just the normal stuff
> of logging in, etc..
> I can use the command line gpgp on the server that hosts Horde just
> fine, and OpenSSL is installed and running, and php 5-mcrypt is also
> installed, if that helps.
> The system's path to Gnupg is /usr/bin/gpg, and that is entered
> correctly. The path to the certificate bundle is /etc/ssl/certs, which
> is correct. The path to openssl is /usr/bin/openssl, which is correct.
> The public keyserver 'pgp.mit.edu' is selected. The server itself is
> Ubuntu 6.01 LTS, with a very recent apt-get dist-upgrade. Everything
> else on both Horde installs seems to work just fine.
> What am I doing wrong? I would guess there is some sort of permissions
> issue someplace, but I have no idea what to begin to look at. Horde is
> NOT running  chrooted.
> Thanks in advance for any help. We've been living with this inabilty
> for a couple of years (it has always seemed to be too much of a PITA
> to diagnose) but I got into it again over the holidays, and I would
> really like to get this working!
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