gpg use in Debian popcon
Bill.Allombert at math.u-bordeaux1.fr
Wed Jul 31 13:51:17 CEST 2013
Dear GnuPG people,
I am the maintainer of Debian popularity-contest
I would like to encrypt reports with a public key provided by the package
before sending them. Currently I am using the following invocation:
(Currently gpg used is 1.4.12)
gpg --no-default-keyring --keyring debian-popcon.gpg --trust-model=always \
--armor -o "$POPCONGPG" -r "$POPCONKEY" --encrypt "$POPCON"
where debian-popcon.gpg contains only the public key.
But there is two issues:
1) This creates spurious empty files in /root/.gnupg
2) I was told --keyring will be removed in gpg2, and obviously I cannot
So I would appreciate any suggestion for improvement.
Thanks in advance,
Bill <ballombe at debian.org>
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