using gpg-agent from web server mod_wsgi script
bernhard at intevation.de
Wed Apr 26 14:20:59 CEST 2023
Am Freitag 07 April 2023 01:20:07 schrieb Christian, Mark via Gnupg-users:
> I was hoping to gpg-preset-passphrase a gpg-agent running under the apache
> WSGI service account, so that a python gpgme web wsgi/cgi application could
> access the gpg-agent's private key in order to run various gpg operations.
> It seems the python mod_wsgi script is not finding the gpg-agent. I'm
> wondering if this is possible?
apache and mod_wsgi are most likely controlling the environment variables
for the python process closely and running on a different user and thus
directory than your gpg-agent.
So the mod_wsgi process may not be able to access the agent's socket
> I'm using gpg2 2.2.27 and python gpgme_version 1.16.0
Other solution approach:
Use a private key without passphrase.
[Answering an elder question where I haven't seen an answer to.]
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