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- Dec 3 2019, 11:05 AM (35 w, 5 d)
Dec 6 2019
@gniibe Thank you!
Dec 4 2019
@dkg I use gnupg 1.x for a very, very long time. I like the way it works. And most, I like that the terminal is not hidden from me when I type a password and that the characters in password does not appear on terminal as "*". Sometime the text in terminal is important to me. pinentry-tty have more or less the same behavior as gnupg 1.x. With pinentry-curses the terminal is hidden and there are '*' for each character in password that I type. Also, there is not GUI on my servers so no pinentry-(qt|gtk|anything else).
Dec 3 2019
@maiden_taiwan Thank you. Nice trick. Works fine for for one file and covers almost all of my issues.
Still, for example, when used together with rpmsign and I have to sign multiple rpms files, is inconvenient to type ctrl-D for each rpm file (for whatever reason I want to stop the signing process) . ctrl-c just stop the process.
This worked fine with gpg 1.x. Not so much with gpg2.