# [Gpg4win-users-en] Crashes in gpg4win 3.0.3

David Kronlid david at kronlid.net
Tue Feb 6 18:05:16 CET 2018

Sorry for the late reply. I mostly use Linux and haven't used Windows since
my last email. But I decided to test gpg4win a bit more during this weekend.

The problem is reproducible and doesn't appear to have anything to do with
dirmngr or gpgex. It seems to happen every time when clicking on the ok
button in kleopatra. So a bug related to the gui and/or programming of what
should happen when clicking the ok button.

Also as I said in a previous email kleopatra sometimes gets 2 ok buttons
and no cancel button. This seems to happen when importing a new public key.

If no one else is experiencing these problems it might be because I have Qt
and Qt creator installed on that machine. Unfortunately I have no other
windows machine, so I can't test it on a machine without Qt and Qt creator
installed. But regardless gpg4win should use it's own qt files and not the
ones installed previously on a computer, so even if the bug is related to
that it needs to get fixed.

I see no point in uploading the dirmngr logs as it seems to be unrelated to
dirmngr. But if you want I can create a bug report for the crashes in
kleopatra and dual ok buttons.

Den 15 jan. 2018 09:01 skrev "Andre Heinecke" <aheinecke at intevation.de>:

> Hi,
>
> On Saturday 13 January 2018 00:08:20 CET David Kronlid wrote:
> > I just installed gpg4win 3.0.3 on a computer which previously didn't have
> > gpg. It runs win 7 64-bit. I unchecked GPA and GPGOL during installation.
> >
> > kleopatra are the ones crashing again and again. It crashes both if I
> open
> > kleopatra from the windows start menu or if I use the explorer extension.
>
> That is indeed strange, some security software might block Dirmngr actions
> and
> cause an error state we have not yet handled, but then Kleopatra should not
> crash.
>
> > Also when I imported a key from a key server I once ended up getting 2 OK
> > buttons to choose from and no Cancel button. I have too little
> information
> > to figure out if this simply is a GUI/programming error or if it's
> related
> > to the crash bug(s) in kleopatra and dirmngr.
> >
> > If you want me to file a bug report please let me know if there are any
> log
> > files or debug packages I can install in order to make a bug report that
> > gives enough information.
>
> If you figure out how to reproduce this please report a bug under
> dev.gnupg.org
>
> > I have used gpg on Linux and gpg4win on Windows for many years so if you
> > just point me in the right direction I might help find the problems
> causing
> > the crashes.
>
> For the crash (again a ticket in dev.gnupg.org) would be best.
>
> The interesting logs would be the dirmngr log:
> (Create or edit %APPDATA%\gnupg\dirmngr.conf) and put in there:
>
>         debug-level guru
>         log-file c:\some_writable_path\to_a_logfile.txt
>
> For Kleopatra:
>
>         Start debug view ( https://docs.microsoft.com/en-
> debugview ) and filter for lines starting with: org.kde.pim
>
> Thanks for your help analysing this.
>
> Best Regards,
> Andre
>
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