Should I mark/announce GNOME as incompatible with gpg2 for now?
gniibe at fsij.org
Thu Aug 28 16:31:38 CEST 2014
It's not new. It has been incompatible for years, already.
On 08/28/14 19:46, Stef Walter wrote:
> Should I go ahead and announce that gpg2 (version 2.0.23+) is
> incompatible with GNOME and people should USE gnupg 1.4.x with GNOME 3.x
> for now?
Please note that gpg-agent is not the "GPG password caching daemon".
It's not new issue for smartcard/token users and SSH users for gpg2
(both of 2.0 and 2.1) with GNOME.
(1) When users have smartcard/token, it doesn't work well.
(2) When users configure the SSH-agent feature of gpg-agent, it
doesn't work well.
We need to disable the features of gnome-keyring, for years.
However, how to disable the features of gpg-agent/ssh-agent for
gnome-keyring has been changed in version to version. I had figured
out how to do that in GNOME2 and in younger GNOME 3, but now, I don't
know how we can disable the features in GNOME 3.12 or later (using
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