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From: abhay <abhay.ilugd@...>
Subject: gpg-agent not setting environment correctly.
Date: Thu, 10 Nov 2005 23:45:21 +0530
Hello,

I am trying to setup KMail to use GnuPG. I have emerged unstable gnupg 
(1.9.19), gpg-agent (1.9.19) and pinentry (0.7.2-r1). I am now trying to 
setup gpg-agent and have followed documentation on gentoo site but the 
problem is that even after setting the agent-startup.sh the way it explains, 
the environment is not getting updated. I get the following results when 
trying to know about gpg agent's env

$ $GPG_AGENT_INFO
bash: /tmp/gpg-roleYu/S.gpg-agent:8297:1: No such file or directory

Now, even though gpg-agent is working as daemon, KMail asks for password 
everytime I try to send a signed mail and complains that gpg-agent is not 
running. I have googled but can not find a solution so if someone who is 
running KMail and gpg-agent could give some insights then I will be highly 
thankful.

Abhay
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