Viktor Dick viktordick86 at gmail.com
Tue Mar 29 06:09:57 CEST 2016

On 29.03.2016 05:53, Daniel Villarreal wrote:
>> Depending ... the gnupg 2.x executable is still called 'gpg'. I 
>> guess it depends on if the distributor wants to keep easy backwards
>> compatibility. On archlinux,.. only one gnupg package ... The
>> executable is called gpg...Regards, Viktor

To make my statement more precise, the executable is called gpg2 and
/usr/bin/gpg is a symlink to /usr/bin/gpg2. If one wants to use 1.x, one
needs to install it from the arch user repositories. Archlinux is not
known for emphasizing backwards compatibility.

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