Sylvain Beucler beuc at
Mon Apr 26 22:10:06 CEST 2004

On 2004.04.26 21:53, Albrecht Dreß wrote:
> Am 21.04.04 08:52 schrieb(en) Werner Koch:
>> Are you using an old version of gpg-agent or gpg?  For me (gpg  
>> 1.2.4,
>> gpg-agent 1.9.7) shows:
>>     You need a passphrase to unlock the secret key for user:
>>                "Werner Koch <wk at>"
>>  1024-bit DSA key, ID 010A57ED, created 2004-03-21 (main key ID  
>> 5B0358A2)
> Hmm, I have
> [albrecht at antares albrecht]$ gpg-agent --version
> gpg-agent[3028]: Secure memory is not locked into core
> gpg-agent (GnuPG) 1.9.6
> and
> [albrecht at antares albrecht]$ gpg --version
> gpg (GnuPG) 1.2.4
> I can see, though, that the gtk-pinentry window gets higher (as if  
> the space over the entry somehow grows to two invisible lines) when  
> gpg-agent "asks again" as I mistyped the first passphrase. May it be  
> a problem that my User ID contains (a UTF-8 encoded? Not sure...)  
> Umlaut?

1.3.6-cvs/1.9.7/gtk-pinentry is also 'mute'. I do not have any accent /  
non-US-ASCII character in my user id.
Maybe Werner is using the kde pinentry? (I didn't try it)


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