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On Friday 11 Nov 2005 7:52 am, you wrote:
> I don't think you need unstable versions of gnupg and pinentry. I'm using
> stable versions and they work ok. gpg-agent OTOH is still ~x86 masked I
Ok so I now emerged the stable packages and unmerged the hard masked packages
but still the same problem.
> have you checked that gpg-agent is indeed running? do a ps -C gpg-agent?
I passed the command you mentioned and gpg-agent is running.
> it it is not running (this will sound ugly but it has a purpose) have you
> tried logging out and in again from kde? the gpg-agent is started when
> users log into kde sessions (remember /usr/kde/3.4/env/agent-startup.sh?).
Actually I was so desperate that even restarted the system. Doesn't help.
I followed the instructions on this page
When I pass the command "echo "test" | gpg -ase -r 0xDEADBEEF | gpg" as
mentioned on the page, I get an error that says "gpg: problem with the agent
- disabling agent use". Seems as though gpg-agent is not allowing
connections. Anyways to solve this problem. I am completely stumped.
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