kloecker at kde.org
Thu Dec 30 00:21:27 CET 2004
On Wednesday 29 December 2004 23:42, John R. Shannon wrote:
> If I sign a message in Kmail using OpenPGP/MIME I get the pinentry
> window for entering my pass phrase. If I select S/MIME, I do not.
Are you sure you are seeing the pinentry dialog? It's possible that
KMail is showing the dialog for entering your passphrase.
> The log shows:
> 4 - 2004-12-29 15:37:41 gpgsm: error creating signature: No
> pinentry 4 - 2004-12-29 15:37:41 gpgsm[1531.0x807c000] DBG: -> ERR
> 67108949 No pinentry
And when using OpenPGP/MIME you don't get a similar error message?
> Yet gpg-agent is running;
> /usr/pkg/bin/gpg-agent --daemon --pinentry-program
> Is there pinentry configuration specific to gpg-sm?
gpgsm is deprecated. You should install gpg2 (which replaces the old
gpgsm). Note that you still need gpg for OpenPGP/MIME.
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