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- Mar 27 2017, 4:48 PM (146 w, 6 d)
Fri, Jan 17
The problem is likely that you don't have IPv4 support but keys.openpgp.org resolves only to a v4 address.
You should also use
Thu, Jan 16
BTW, I just pushed some new features to maste for the gpg-card tool. You can now do
Well that is due to "--debug packet" (aka --debug 1). We have this code
Wed, Jan 15
FWIW, the GTK and QT pinentries do have a qualitybar. However is is only enabled:
Tue, Jan 14
BTW, the qualitybar is not shown by default, only if you configure sme of the extra password checks. We may even remove it completely because it leads to wrong assumption on why a passphrase is required.
Mon, Jan 13
It seems that gnome-keyring-daemon has some incompatible changes which breaks that version of pinentry-gnome. Or GKR has not been setup properly. I'd suggest to use pinentry-gtk until folks with knowledge about Gnome folks have figured out what is going wrong.
Please describe which features are missing.
Caching of the OpenPGP PIN while switching to and from PIV does now work in master
fwiw, I think that AUTHKEYID is stillusable. Considere the case that a card has two auth capable keys. Both woyl bd listed by KEYINFO, but there is no way todecide which one to use for ssh. Thus I propose to keep this and let each app-foo.c decode which key to return.
Using base64 encoding for a fixed format part in us-ascii is not a good idea because in practise many PGP/MIME decoders won't be able to detect and then decyrypt such a message.
Sat, Jan 11
It is a feature not a bug. For symmetric encryption the gpg-agent remembers the passphrase used for the encryption and thus for some time or until /gpgconf --reload gpg-agent/ it tries that passphrase for decryption.
Thu, Jan 9
Maybe a silly question, but let's be sure: Is the Openpgp app enabled on that Yubikey and is it enabled for usb? I can't remember the Yubikey commands on how to check this but tehre should even be a GUI. These days I use the new gpg-card tool to manage my Yubikeys (from GnuPG master).
Wed, Jan 8
I removed the footnote form the 2.2 branch. Thanks.
Frankly, I am not sure why we sort that table at all. Your patch does not harm, though.
FWIW, the second listed commit is the right one. You should only look at the STABLE-STABLE-2-2 branch. master and that branch differ; in particular we do not have a cut-off date in master (to be 2.3).
No need to support it. What I had in mind was the compilation of tiger.c where we replace optimization flags by -O1 which, as you remarked, seems to b widely portable.
Tue, Jan 7
Well, that was probably from the time I wrote that tool.
Sorry, there have been quite some bindings with similar names, so I couldn't identify which one this is about. Can you please run with your test code with GPGME_DEBUG=9:/foo/gpgme.log set which makes it it easier to understand what is going on.
Mon, Jan 6
I do not know this Python library. It looks like one of the older binding to GPGME. Please contact the author of gnupg.py or switch over to the Python language binding we provide with gpgme.
Fri, Jan 3
Thu, Jan 2
Please read libgpg-error's README. For each architecture we need to have a dedicated config file - this has nothing to do with autotools. Big and little endian variants are obviously different architectures. Here is an excerpt from the README
Wed, Jan 1
Mon, Dec 30
Please do not do such changes after you found a solution. I assume this was some kind of error you won't further explain. Better just close it as invalid.
Sun, Dec 29
Mon, Dec 23
The Name field in GnuPG needs to be at least 5 _bytes_ long. Given that UTF-8 is required for Hangul, a 3 _character_ name is at least 6 bytes long and thus passes gpg check. The Name field is also optional and the whole test can be skipped using --allow-freeform-uid.
Fixed in master and 2.2
We won't be in the office, so let's cancel this event.
Dec 20 2019
Dec 17 2019
Many cards have some printed information and I consider them important to avoid testing one by one all the cards from my pocket.
This I am really in favor of beeing asked to insert the respective card. The new text format private key files make it much easier to maintain this info
The description comes from gpg/gpgsm while the prompts are from gpg-agent. Thus if the agent has been started with the German local but gpgsm without a local this would explain the behaviour.
Dec 16 2019
[When changing a bug to a possible FAQ item it should be resolved and not marked as invalid]
All output of Assuan data lines is percent escaped. That is obvious because it is a line based format. You need to unescape it. Either use command line option
to write to a file.
Dec 13 2019
Dec 12 2019
Although I don't use the ssh client on Windows I had to integrate the Windows ssh server into our release process (GlobalSign sent us a Windows-only token, for the new cert and so we can't anymore use osslsigncode). The ssh server is really stable and so it makes a lot of sense to better integrate our ssh-agent into Windows.
Dec 10 2019
Figuring out the matching user id for a new key signature. Right, --import-options repair-key is the the default and does the same. However, it was also the major cause for the recent trouble with the keyservers because it tried to verify all signatures. repair-keys was made the default (T2236) because it seemed to be nearly for free - which was a false assumption. We should not use this option by default and only consider properly placed signathures as valid. This of course also means that a userid is required.