GPG is not working because of log-file configuration
kloecker at kde.org
Sun Mar 4 17:33:26 CET 2018
On Samstag, 3. März 2018 20:41:54 CET Basix wrote:
> Hello, I'm a user of GPG and I got some problem.
> Recently my machine showing this message when do something in GPG:
> [sample at localhost ~]$ gpg
> gpg: /home/sample/.gnupg/gpg.conf:5: invalid option
> [sample at localhost ~]$ cat -n ~/.gnupg/gpg.conf
> 2 ###+++--- GPGConf ---+++###
> 3 utf8-strings
> 4 debug-level basic
> 5 log-file socket:///home/sample/.gnupg/log-socket
> 6 ###+++--- GPGConf ---+++### 2018년 02월 22일 (목)
> 7 # GPGConf edited this configuration file.
> 8 # It will disable options before this marked block, but it will
> 9 # never change anything below these lines.
> I think Kleopatra or another GPG frontend misconfigured my gpg.conf. How do
> I fix it myself?
Remove the timestamp at the end of line 6. Apparently, the (UTF-8-encoded?)
Unicode characters confuse gpg.
GPGConf probably should write the timestamp in ISO date/time format instead of
in localized date/time format.
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