GnuPGv2 & 'pinentry' on Linux w/ remote access
ssmeenk at freshdot.net
Wed Nov 8 10:50:45 CET 2017
Quoting Ryan Beethe (ryan at splintermail.com):
> Well... it happens that when I copy your script to my archlinux
> machine, everything works fine.
Are you sure your key wasn't already unlocked in the gpg-agent?
> It also happens that when I copy your script into my ubuntu machine, I
> had to change both references of `gpg` to `gpg2`, [ .. ]
Yes, thanks for that hint but it is not my case.
I made the deliberate step and now only use GnuPG 2.x
> Personally, I use a plugin (https://github.com/jamessan/vim-gnupg) and
> I have never had problems. Then in my ~/.vimrc, I just had to set:
> let GPGUsePipes=1
> let GPGDefaultRecipients=['my.email at address.com']
Wow! Quite some code for decrypting a file!
I'll give it a shot after i learn how to use that beast.
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