what is the proper way to load gpg-agent with systemd

Jacky Alcine jackyalcine at gmail.com
Wed Mar 18 11:27:10 CET 2015

On Tuesday, March 17, 2015 03:48:54 PM Paulo Lopes wrote:
> Hello,
> I've been using my gpg card with success in Ubuntu for a while but as
> everyone knows the init system is switching from upstart to systemd as it
> is happening on Debian and the vast majority of other distributions.
> In the "past" one could start gpg-agent from the script that boots Xorg or
> even the gnome-keyring and we could "inject" a couple of variables into the
> session like
> and all applications spawned from that process inherit those vars, however
> systemd does not inherit vars from its unit files (and my experience with
> systemd is extremely low so i could be saying something wrong here).
> It would be nice to have some documentation on gnupg site describing the
> best way to work with systemd...

You might want to ask the systemd-users mailing list about that.
Jacky Alcine
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