Solved: Problem running gnupg-0.9.0 from a daemon, a (minor) BUG?
Hartmut.Wolf at KirchGruppe.DE
Thu Jan 7 12:15:16 CET 1999
First: Thanks to Brian who gave me all the hints needed to make it
What I had to do:
I needed to MODIFY cipher/random.c: uncomment the use of tty_printf
command in line 409. This caused a fatal error if gpg is run from a
gpg: fatal: cannot open /dev/tty: No such device or address
Is this a BUG or a fuse to keep people from using it if they don't
have a proper random device? It does not go away if I include
"load-extension rndunix" in the options file as suggested in the
PS: I'm using 0.9.0.
Hartmut Wolf <Hartmut.Wolf at kirchgruppe.de> writes:
> Maybe this is not gnupg specific, but maybe someone can give me the
> I'm running gnupg like this
> cat somefile | \
> gpg --batch -r $toaddress -q -a -e | \
> mailx -s 'subject' $toaddress
> if I run from the command line it works fine (so everything should be
> setup correctly). If the daemon runs it, I get empty mails. To me
> (more user than admin) this looks like a "there is no controlling tty"
> problem, but I can't really tell.
> Anybody got an idea?
> Thanks a lot
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