[Enigmail] Enigmail is not using seahorse
mlisten at hammernoch.net
Wed Dec 10 21:20:27 CET 2014
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On 07.12.14 21:36, Lucas Verney wrote:>
> Le 07/12/2014 21:25, Ludwig Hügelschäfer a écrit :
>> On 07.12.14 21:09, Lucas Verney wrote:
>>> In Arch, with Thunderbird 31.2 and Enigmail 1.7.2, I can't get
>>> Enigmail to use Seahorse instead of prompting me for my
>> When using gnupg 2.x, it's not Enigmail asking for the
>> passphrase, it's gpg-agent.
>>> Is there some hidden configuration option ?
>> Please search for gpg-agent and gnome keyring, you'll get lots of
>> hits and all telling the same story: they cannot coexist
>> peacefully. Gnome keyring tries to hijack the gpg-agent, but is
>> not very successful in doing this.
> Thanks for pointing me in the right direction, this is due to an
> update in gpg and not in Enigmail, contrary to what I was
> For the record, here is the explanation :
> Then, does this mean I have to enter my passphrase at least once
> per session, or is there still some alternatives to Seahorse that
> could handle this ?
Taking this discussion from Enigmail to gnupg-users. I think there might
be more and good advice :-)
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