Stumped and need some help with agent
papillion at gmail.com
Sat Jun 16 22:42:31 CEST 2012
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I'm having a devil of a time with Ubuntu 11.04 with GnuPG and need a bit
of help. This MIGHT be a problem with the Enigmail plugin but I think
it's probably something to do with my GnuPG configuration so I'm asking
Basically, I have GPG 1.4.11 installed. For some reason, I also have the
binary for gpg2 at /usr/bin/gpg2. However, my Enigmail is picking up
/usr/bin/gpg so all should be fine (I think).
For some reason, every time I do anything to an encrypted message, I
have to re-enter my passphrase. If I open a message, I enter my
passphrase, then, when I reply to it, I have to enter it again. And to
send that reply? Yep, enter it again!
Obviously, something is amiss.
Can anyone lend me a hand and help me figure this out? I've even gone
as far as to rename the gpg2 binary so it couldn't be found by the
system, renamed the gpa.conf file (just in case) and added the
"no-use-agent" entry to my gpg.conf file with no result.
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Comment: Using GnuPG with Mozilla - http://enigmail.mozdev.org/
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