How can I configure gpg-agent to run at system start-up?
wk at gnupg.org
Fri Nov 28 21:52:38 CET 2014
On Fri, 28 Nov 2014 19:26, kardan38 at gmail.com said:
> I want gpg-agent start automatically after every reboot, so I wrote a
Just don't do that.
> init script to start gpg-agent. After reboot gpg-agent starts working,
> however when I run ssh command, I get *"Agent admitted failure to sign
> using the key"* error. (If I start agent manually, I don't get this error).
> How is different starting gpg-agent manually from starting it inside a bash
> script during system start-up?
ssh is special because it does not known about GnuPG. In this case you
may simply do that
gpgconf --launch gpg-agent
(for 2.1 only, for 2.0 you need to use gpg-connect-agent)
> How can I configure gpg-agent to run at system start-up?
Not at system startup but at login time (.bashrc in interactive mode)
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