Yes, I know it is a step into a lesser secure system, but the current setting makes it reasonable (the key is not important, but the signing has to be automatized).
Google results say this:
- List the keys with a
- Edit the key with a
gpg --edit-key C0DEEBED....
- A gpg command line console starts, there a
passwdcommand changes the passphrase
- Giving the password twice (in my case, simple enter) changes the key.
However, it doesn't work, because gpg2 simply doesn't allow an empty password.
What to do?