• Subject: Re: PGP for the 400
  • From: "Phil Hall" <hallp@xxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Fri, 26 Jan 2001 14:29:40 -0600

> There was a discussion of doing a port, but nobody bellyed up to
> the bar to take the lead.
> As usual, I'm happy to offer a mailing list for project coordination
> when someone starts it up.

If I remember correctly, at the time it was discussed, NAS (or who ever it
is that now 'owns' the PGP stuff) required it to licensed and so that would
cost money for the people porting it. At that time, I also remember Tim
McCarthy talking about a port of it that he was doing.

Since then, I think that NAS have relaxed the licensing rules somewhat, and
looking at the code for PGP it's going to take a big, big box to get
anywhere near the PC speeds...


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