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So, like many people, I was using my GPG key for SSH authentication with the help of monkeysphere  , so I could load my private key to agent with monkeysphere s command and be free to connect anywhere I want without passwords. 

I updated my Arch Linux box latelyrecently and discovered that GnuPG 2.0 was replaced with GnuPG 2.1 which is incompatible with monkeysphere. Allegedly GPG 2.1 brought some improvements to gpg-agentgpg-agent that made monkeysphere not needed anymore, however I haveI'm having a hard time in finding clear instructions on how to use them.

Could someone explain how to configure GPG 2.1 to be able to achieve the same thing, that was possible with monkeysphere (loading private key to memory once and using it in every next connection)?

So, like many people, I was using my GPG key for SSH authentication with the help of monkeysphere  , so I could load my private key to agent with monkeysphere s command and be free to connect anywhere I want without passwords. I updated my Arch Linux box lately and discovered that GnuPG 2.0 was replaced with GnuPG 2.1 which is incompatible with monkeysphere. Allegedly GPG 2.1 brought some improvements to gpg-agent that made monkeysphere not needed anymore, however I have hard time in finding clear instructions on how to use them.

Could someone explain how to configure GPG 2.1 to be able to achieve the same thing, that was possible with monkeysphere (loading private key to memory once and using it in every next connection)?

So, like many people, I was using my GPG key for SSH authentication with the help of monkeysphere, so I could load my private key to agent with monkeysphere s command and be free to connect anywhere I want without passwords. 

I updated my Arch Linux box recently and discovered that GnuPG 2.0 was replaced with GnuPG 2.1 which is incompatible with monkeysphere. Allegedly GPG 2.1 brought some improvements to gpg-agent that made monkeysphere not needed anymore, however I'm having a hard time finding clear instructions on how to use them.

Could someone explain how to configure GPG 2.1 to be able to achieve the same thing, that was possible with monkeysphere (loading private key to memory once and using it in every next connection)?

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monkeysphere to gnupg 2.1 workflow change

So, like many people, I was using my GPG key for SSH authentication with the help of monkeysphere , so I could load my private key to agent with monkeysphere s command and be free to connect anywhere I want without passwords. I updated my Arch Linux box lately and discovered that GnuPG 2.0 was replaced with GnuPG 2.1 which is incompatible with monkeysphere. Allegedly GPG 2.1 brought some improvements to gpg-agent that made monkeysphere not needed anymore, however I have hard time in finding clear instructions on how to use them.

Could someone explain how to configure GPG 2.1 to be able to achieve the same thing, that was possible with monkeysphere (loading private key to memory once and using it in every next connection)?