lpapp at kde.org
Fri Apr 13 12:00:59 CEST 2018
On Fri, Apr 13, 2018 at 10:46 AM, Werner Koch <wk at gnupg.org> wrote:
> On Thu, 12 Apr 2018 15:45, lpapp at kde.org said:
> [Full quote trimmed]
> > It looks like if I run dirmngr manually, as follows, with
> > gpg works:
> > dirmngr --daemon
> It will also work if dirnmnr is automatically started by gpg or via
> gpgconf --launch dirmngr.
> > But when it is run as dirmngr --supervised, gpg does not seem to work
> > the http-proxy is specified in the config explicitly.
> It seems that systemd has a different view on the envvars and thus your
> somewhere set http_proxy=foo:port is not inherited by dirmngr.
> According to IRC there are ways to set envvars for specific systemd
> actions. If can find them out it would be nice if you can document that
> in a reply.
Yes, I meant to reply yesterday after solving this.
systemd --user import-environment http_proxy
is what I used.
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