[ic] credit card information missing in order mail
Gert van der Spoel
gert at 3edge.com
Tue Oct 12 09:57:55 UTC 2010
> On Tue, Oct 12, 2010 at 2:02 PM, Peter <peter at pajamian.dhs.org> wrote:
> > On 12/10/10 19:34, Sherin George wrote:
> >> Hello Gert,
> >> Following were the errors I had earlier.
> >> =======================
> >> gpg: fatal: can't create directory `/root/.gnupg': Permission denied
> >> secmem usage: 0/0 bytes in 0/0 blocks of pool 0/123456
> > This looks like you may be running Interchange as root. Please make
> > sure that is not the case.
> > Also please do not top-post to this mailing list. Read the list
> > at <http://www.icdevgroup.org/mailman/listinfo/interchange-users>.
> > Peter
> Hello Peter,
> I found something but I couldn't explain what is happening.
> First of all, it is a cpanel server and interchange is running under
> the user cpanel.
> The user cpanel doesn't have ".gnupg" under its home & the interchange
> is indeed not looking there, I think.
> But, I found that cpanel need at least read access to files in
> /root/.gnupg. But, I don't think it is doing any other than just
> attempting to get there.
> I think my PGP_KEY setup is wrong. But, I don't know how to correct.
> Everyone says that, you should put the key found when u run "gpg
> --list-keys". Usually, I will get following when running "gpg
> sherin at mypc:~/t$ gpg --list-keys
> pub 5763G/123456 2010-10-12
> uid Dumy <dummy at dumydomain.com>
> sub 123e/789456 2010-10-12
> So, I am supposed to put "123456" as "PGP_KEY"
> But, when I am doing this, I will get following error.
> gpg: WARNING: unsafe permissions on configuration file
> gpg: WARNING: unsafe enclosing directory permissions on configuration
> file `/root/.gnupg/gpg.conf'
> gpg: can't open `123456': No such file or directory
> gpg: 123456: encryption failed: file open error
> That means, interchange is looking for a normal linux file for
> "PGP_KEY". If I put a normal linux file(Eg: path to exported public
> key) as "PGP_KEY", it won't complain anything. Could anyone please
> Also, could someone please tell me which user is supposed to have
> gnpug public key, is it cpanel ?
Not sure if this is still accurate with Cpanel, but if so you have to ask
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