GnuPG 2.3 Beta
m at the13thletter.info
Tue Mar 16 11:26:25 CET 2021
Thus spoke Nicholas Cole:
> I know many users of gpg are on single-user systems, but for systems
> with more than one user, does this mean that each user will need to
> start their own daemon, listening on their own ports? Or is there
> a single process running as a different user?
Same as gpg-agent, dirmngr and scdaemon: one process per GnuPG homedir,
and communication via a socket S.keyboxd in the homedir. (Dunno about
Windows, but I assume it's similar.)
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