Using pinentry-curses interactively in Linux boot process fails (SOLVED)

tux.tsndcb at tux.tsndcb at
Fri Jul 23 10:39:13 CEST 2010

> Yes and the boot partition is not encrypted, only /home But I solved it. It 
> was an init script issue. On openSUSE there is an init script "earlyxdm" and 
> it has overridden so to say the pinentry-ncurses program. I have now edited 
> earlyxdm and have added my own script to Requried-Start, thus earlyxdm now 
> waits until pinentry-curses does its job. It works now. Pretty cool, I can now 
> unlock my LUKS volume with the openPGP card, that's nerd ;-)

Hello Mate,

I use Debian and not OpenSuse, but I'm interristing by your script.
Could you give it ?

Thanks in advanced for your answer

Best Regards

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