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I am attempting to restore some files to an OpenSUSE 12.3 machine that was backed up with deja-dup (duplicity). When prompted for the password to decrypt the backup, I enter the correct password and I am prompted repeatedly with no progress.

The error given in /var/log/messages is:

The gnome keyring socket is not owned with the same credentials as the 
    user login: <username removed>
gkr-pam: couldn't unlock the login keyring

In deja-dup's debugging log I have:

DUPLICITY: ERROR 31 GPGError
DUPLICITY: . GPGError: GPG Failed, see log below:
DUPLICITY: . ===== Begin GnuPG log =====
DUPLICITY: . gpg: WARNING: "--no-use-agent" is an obsolete option - it has no effect
DUPLICITY: . gpg: CAST5 encrypted data
DUPLICITY: . gpg: encrypted with 1 passphrase
DUPLICITY: . gpg: decryption failed: Bad session key
DUPLICITY: . gpg: block_filter 0x7f969a828e60: read error (size=15648,a->size=15648)
DUPLICITY: . gpg: block_filter: pending bytes!
DUPLICITY: . ===== End GnuPG log =====
  • can you use duplicity directly or try to decrypt the files yourself via gpg? – Ulrich Dangel May 23 '13 at 23:50
  • no. duplicity won't work. It appears to be a gpg issue. Question updated. – kobrien May 25 '13 at 17:46
  • how about bbs.archlinux.org/viewtopic.php?pid=1242074#p1242074 i.e. unset GPG_AGENT_INFO – Ulrich Dangel May 25 '13 at 19:02
  • nope. no luck. I logged a bug with dejadup team. It could be configuration, but they may still be able to help. – kobrien May 25 '13 at 22:54
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Install python-oauth to fix this problem.

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