johannes at zarl.at
Fri Nov 14 18:34:07 CET 2014
On Friday 14 November 2014 17:05:12 david at gbenet.com wrote:
> david at laptop-1:~$ sudo pkg install pinentry-gtk2
> [sudo] password for david:
> sudo: pkg: command not found
> david at laptop-1:~$ sudo apt-get install pinentry-gtk2
> Reading package lists... Done
> Building dependency tree
> Reading state information... Done
> pinentry-gtk2 is already the newest version.
> pinentry-gtk2 set to manually installed.
> 0 upgraded, 0 newly installed, 0 to remove and 0 not upgraded.
> david at laptop-1:~$
> So that's a complete failure
That seems a little harsh, doesn't it? ;-)
After all, you now know that you do indeed have the pinentry-gtk2 installed,
and we know that you use a Debian-based distro.
Now, you could try to verify that pinentry-gtk2 is the pinentry program that
you normally use:
$ grep pinentry-program ~/.gnupg/gpg-agent.conf
If not, you should ensure that the right pinentry program for your environment
is installed (like you did before with pinentry-gtk2):
$ sudo apt-get install pinentry-qt4
If you don't find the cause of the problem in this way, then there's still
enough time left to despair if you so wish…
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