Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 845855
seahorse-nautilus does not add Decrypt entry in Nautilus contextual menu
Last modified: 2013-08-01 08:31:57 EDT
Description of problem:
seahorse-nautilus rpm does not add option to decrypt file in Nautilus contextual menu.
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Juste do a fresh install of seahorse-nautilus on a system where seahorse-plugins was not installed
Entry to crypt file is added in Nautilus contextual menu and it is possible to crypt a file. A new file called filename.ext.pgp is created.
Right clicking on this new file filename.ext.pgp, there is no Decrypt entry displayed in Nautilus contextual menu.
seahorse-nautilus obsoletes seahorse-plugins.
If I installed not seahorse-nautilus but seahorse-plugins, this one works fine and I have a "Decrypt" entry available in Nautilus contextual menu.
If after install of seahorse-plugins, I install seahorse-nautilus or update my system with yum, seahorse-plugins is obsoleted by seahorse-nautilus but I still have "Decrypt" entry available in Nautilus contextual menu.
Me too, I have this problem. No solution with forced install of "seahorse-plugins".
*** Bug 845854 has been marked as a duplicate of this bug. ***
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Still broken in F19. In addition the Encryption option seems to no longer work in F19, so I guess the whole package is useless now... anyone else getting the same?
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