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gpg: can't open /dev/zero
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Release: 1.2.2


Machine: IBM-9672 R36 , i370
OS: Os390 V2R10M0/ibm-openedition


Then download the gnupgp and uncompress the package with
gunzip, pax command.
I run the configure command Ok.
then I run the make command with the error message

Making all in checks

../g10/gpg --homedir . --quiet --yes --import ./pubdemo.asc
gpg: can't open /dev/zero: EDC5129I No such file or directory.
gpg: can't mmap pool of 32768 bytes: EDC5129I No such file or directory. - using


gpg: Please note that you don't have secure memory on this system
gpg: WARNING: unsafe permissions on homedir "."
FSUM8226 make: Error code 2
FSUM8226 make: Error code 1
FSUM8226 make: Error code 255



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Your system lacks the /dev/zero device which is standard on
any POSIX compatible system. I assume you are running the
POSIX subsystem of MVS: Even if it seems towork, it is
questionalbe whether the random generator will be good
enough. better install GNU/Linux on one partition. BTW,
the current version is 1.2.7

werner removed a project: Testing.

No more reponses; solution should work