GPG is not working because of log-file configuration
wk at gnupg.org
Sun Mar 4 20:17:28 CET 2018
On Sun, 4 Mar 2018 17:33, kloecker at kde.org said:
> Remove the timestamp at the end of line 6. Apparently, the (UTF-8-encoded?)
> Unicode characters confuse gpg.
That looks like a c+p error. The timestamp is an asctime and has no
Unicode characters. But even then it won't harm because it is comment
The problem the OP is due to the use of a gnupg-2 conf file with
gnupg-1. If gnupg-1 is still required, the simpelest solution is to
create an empty ~/.gnupg/gpg.conf-1 file.
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