Error - bad passphrase

david at david at
Sun Aug 10 21:39:26 CEST 2014

On 10/08/14 15:44, Hauke Laging wrote:
> Hello,
> Am So 10.08.2014, 08:13:12 schrieb david at
>> Since this upgrade
> I have no idea why the upgrade may have caused this.
>> Also KGpg comes up with the following error Gnupg failed to start -
>> "gpg: option file `/home/david/.gnupg/gpg.conf': No such file or
>> directory."
> Does the file exist?
>> But sometimes gpg-agent is running...............
> I don't know what the reason for the change is but I have a suggestion 
> for a work-around:
> You can put
> use-standard-socket
> in the config file gpg-agent.conf. If you do that and gpg-agent is not 
> running (which you may check every few minutes via cron) then you can 
> simply restart it:
> gpg-agent --daemon
> Due to the config file setting the applications will connect to the new 
> gpg-agent as they would have connected to the old one.
> Hauke

Hi Hauke,

david at laptop1:~$ gpg-agent --daemon
GPG_AGENT_INFO=/tmp/gpg-6uIYXp/S.gpg-agent:1874:1; export GPG_AGENT_INFO;
david at laptop1:~$ gpg-agent
gpg-agent: no gpg-agent running in this session
david at laptop1:~$

and I have no gpg.conf


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