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13 Sep 2007

I use on desktop Thunderbird with enigmail, but I couldn't reach it on Z yet. (Capn_Fish!)

I've compiled pine earlier, but I missed the feature of enigmail, that the encrypted messages are stored encrypted with my own key, too. So they can not be read in plain text but I can read with my secret key.

Two days ago I tried it again and here is the solution:

1. Some new scripts are created:
# cat .gnupg/encrypt
TOLIST=`echo $* |awk '{for(i=1;i<=NF;i++) {printf(" -r %s", $i)}}'`
/usr/bin/gpg -ea $TOLIST

# cat .gnupg/encryptsigned
TOLIST=`echo $* |awk '{for(i=1;i<=NF;i++) {printf(" -r %s", $i)}}'`
/usr/bin/gpg -sea $TOLIST

# cat .gnupg/sign  
/usr/bin/gpg --clearsign

2. Insert them as filters to .pinerc:
# This variable takes a list of programs that message text is piped into  
# after MIME decoding, prior to display.
display-filters=_BEGINNING("-----BEGIN PGP MESSAGE-----")_ /usr/bin/gpg -t,
       _BEGINNING("-----BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE-----")_ /usr/bin/gpg -t

# This defines a program that message text is piped into before MIME
# encoding, prior to sending
sending-filters=~/.gnupg/encrypt _RECIPIENTS_ my.name@my.domain,
       ~/.gnupg/encryptsigned _RECIPIENTS_ my.name@my.domain,

Pine will ask you for filter before sending. The two encypting filter encrypt the message for each recipient (To: and Cc:) and for myself (my.name@my.domain,}, too.

One feature is missing: It doesn't encrypt the attachment!

17 Jul 2006

I was looking for a GPS application for my Z. As I earlier annonced, I've found gpsd to connect to my bluetooth GPS.

gpsdrive 2.10pre2 a really old version. I've found a lot of new development in the CVS, but I couldn't compile it.
I've modified this old version for my own usage. Probably you could use it, too.

I would like to use gpsdrive in car, where the Zaurus is opened and in portrate mode.
I have a one button mouse (pen or finger), and four buttons: Enter, Esc, Up and Down.
It has to optimised to the 480*640 pixels. (Minus the status bar!)

1. Switching to "Pos. mode" by mouse click. "Enter" in "Pos. mode" means selection. (New target) "Esc" in "Pos. mode" switches it off.

2. Up and Down are zoom in/out but at the limits (1 or 16) it tries to change the map, too.

3. The most important informations (for me) are on map view:
- speed, distance to target or next way point and the name of the waypoint.

I hope, I've packed everithing in ipk for installation.

Good luck,

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