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Thu Sep 3 01:31:53 BST 2015 In addition to the above (to automatically encrypt .asc files with ascii armor), epa-armor should be non-nil: Add to init.el: (setq epa-armor t) ``` epa-armor is a variable defined in `epa.el' Its value is t If non-nil, epa commands create ASCII armored output. You should bind this variable with `let', but do not set it ...


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In Keepass2, "Add Entry," and set "Title" to "GPG." Move from "Entry" tab to "Auto-Type" tab. Select "Override default sequence" and set to "{PASSWORD}". Before you send email, open Keepass2 with Keepass2 password. Ask IceDove with Enigmail to "Send" and pinentry should appear (locking keyboard, preventing "Ctrl+V" (or any other keyboard shortcut you ...


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In fact, the problem is linked to the usage of the gnome3-pinentry software when agent has no default DBUS_SESSION_BUS_ADDRESS. Here is the thread on the Debian BTS (Bug Tracking System) Website about this problem. It finally turned out that the default pinentry software is working as expected, but the Gnome3 version has some quirks about dispatching some ...


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Since you can correctly decrypt using GPG via command line, it looks like it's an issue with the Enigmail configuration. Open Iceweasel, go to Account Settings -> OpenPGP Security and verify that: Enable OpenPGP support for this identity is checked Use specific OpenPGP KeyID is checked and set to the ID of your key pair


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Try getting your key from another server (worked for me): gpg --keyserver hkp://keys.gnupg.net --recv-keys 94558F59 or gpg --keyserver hkp://pgp.mit.edu --recv-keys 94558F59


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The problem here is that you haven't configured your server to accept the key that signed the package as a valid GPG key for this repo. The easiest solution is of course to run yum with nogpgcheck, though it's obviously also less secure. But if you've downloaded the package and verified it, and are keeping it in a place where it shouldn't be possible to ...


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If the package isn't signed, the simplest solution is probably yum --nogpgcheck install chef. If you have a local repository, you can set: gpgcheck=no In the corresponding .repo file.



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