please help "No pinentry"
Robert J. Hansen
rjh at sixdemonbag.org
Thu Aug 31 22:33:09 CEST 2017
> Then I tried few times to uninstall gnupg using the command sudo apt-get
> install gnupg in Terminal.
That shouldn't have worked. You're on a Mac, and apt is used by
derivatives of Debian GNU/Linux.
(Well, wait, I guess Fink uses apt, doesn't it?)
> previously, adding this line - pinentry-program
That doesn't look like a valid path. On a Mac, it would be
/Users/bereshka/bin/pinentry-qt, if anything. Did you verify that the
path actually exists?
> But today it just starts to work.
Hey, if a miracle happened and your problem got solved, then ... your
problem got solved, and we're happy for you. :)
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