Help needed to setup Passphrase with GNUPG 2.0.26 on Solaris 10
peter at digitalbrains.com
Wed Nov 5 16:15:18 CET 2014
> Sorry, it was not the intention to advertise the Phrase or using a
> Famous Passphrase. I wanted to show after giving the Passphrase it
> hanging. So I showed that in the Screen Shot. We wanted the
> for this.
You weren't entering a passhprase there. If it were asking for a
passphrase, it wouldn't show your typing. Instead, your input was most
likely simply not processed and echoed on the terminal. Try this and see
what I mean:
$ sleep 10
Just type anything interesting in the 10 seconds the program sleeps
$ Just type anything interesting in the 10 seconds the program sleeps
That last line will be the new prompt with what you just typed echoed
/again/, as it is now processing your input and using it as the command
> Yes we access the System Remotely and we tried to install the
> Pinentry. But it gave the error .
Are you sure there is an error? I interpreted it as that the Qt
pinentry was simply not built, but the others, and the wanted curses
pinentry was. Were there any binaries generated by the build?
> CURSES PINENTRY ..: YES
> TTY PINENTRY .....: MAYBE
> GTK+ PINENTRY ....: YES
> GTK+-2 PINENTRY ..: YES
> QT PINENTRY ......: NO
> QT4 PINENTRY .....: NO
> W32 PINENTRY .....: NO
> FALLBACK TO CURSES: YES
> DEFAULT PINENTRY .: PINENTRY-GTK-2
See? If it's not going to build the Qt version, why would it need any
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