I've attempted a number of times now to use reportbug to submit a bug.* It keeps missing.
Its version 4.12.1, current for squeeze.
Sending it, I get this at the very last step of sending it off.
Submit this report on linux-image-2.6.32-bpo.4-xen-amd64 (e to edit)
Passing message to pgp for signature...
sh: pgp: not found
gpg/pgp failed; input file in /tmp/reportbug-linux-image-2.6.32-bpo.4-xen-amd64-20100518-20221-u82ELe
Signature failed; sending message unsigned.
Sending message via /usr/sbin/sendmail...
Bug report submitted to: "Debian Bug Tracking System" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Copies sent to:
* Debian Bug Tracking System <email@example.com>
* IAN DELANEY <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Copies will be sent after processing to:
If you want to provide additional information, please wait to receive the bug tracking
number via email; you may then send any extra information to email@example.com (e.g.
firstname.lastname@example.org), where n is the bug number. Normally you will receive an
acknowledgement via email including the bug report number within an hour; if you haven't
receive a confirmation, then the bug reporting process failed at some point (reportbug or
MTA failure, BTS maintenance, etc.).
It reports sending it.* This one took 4 attachments, and it should have taken a minute or so to have uploaded them before finishing, so I'm sure they don't get sent off.* They don't appaer in the system after submitting.
I found I can get them in via the other email address.
Can you tell me if this gpg/pgp failed; refers to something not installed perhaps and if I can rectify it.* It's the latest squeeze so I'm surprised it misses.
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05-17-2010, 04:56 PM
On Tue,18.May.10, 00:27:40, IAN DELANEY wrote:
> It reports sending it. This one took 4 attachments, and it should
> have taken a minute or so to have uploaded them before finishing, so
> I'm sure they don't get sent off. They don't appaer in the system
> after submitting.
Maybe your SMTP server is (silently) dropping the mail, or are you using
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