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Today

dlbucy added a comment to T5086: GnuPG fails to generate keys on-card in versions 2.2.22 and 2.2.23.

Great, thank you @gniibe.

Wed, Sep 30, 1:25 AM · Bug Report
gniibe triaged T5086: GnuPG fails to generate keys on-card in versions 2.2.22 and 2.2.23 as High priority.

Thanks for your report.

Wed, Sep 30, 1:20 AM · Bug Report
gniibe claimed T5086: GnuPG fails to generate keys on-card in versions 2.2.22 and 2.2.23.
Wed, Sep 30, 1:19 AM · Bug Report
dlbucy created T5086: GnuPG fails to generate keys on-card in versions 2.2.22 and 2.2.23.
Wed, Sep 30, 12:32 AM · Bug Report

Yesterday

MaXi32 added a comment to T5076: gpg-agent respawn another process randomly and causes cached passphrase check failed / expired.

Update found out the answer for this mystery:

Tue, Sep 29, 12:43 PM · gnupg (gpg22), Bug Report

Mon, Sep 28

CaveTheCave added a comment to T5069: Concurrent auto-start of gpg-agent by multiple gpg instances..

With all respect. Should I wait for a follow-up or I should consider this case as closed?

Mon, Sep 28, 8:57 PM · gnupg (gpg22), Windows, Bug Report
werner closed T1938: --list-sigs on a keybox is extremely slow as Resolved.

With 2.3 we add the keyboxd which uses sqlite (and thus indices) as database. This makes lookups much much faster and avoids problems with several processes accessing the pubring.kbx. If you want to try this you can do so with 2.3:

Mon, Sep 28, 10:06 AM · gnupg, Bug Report
gniibe added a commit to T5065: scdaemon doesn't detect card removal after boot/resume (Identiv SPR332v2): rG684a52dffa8b: scd: Change handling of SPR532 card reader..
Mon, Sep 28, 6:38 AM · Testing, gnupg (gpg22), scd, Bug Report
gniibe added a project to T5065: scdaemon doesn't detect card removal after boot/resume (Identiv SPR332v2): Testing.

The patch {rGcc5e8ef3ab} makes me happier. It is more stable.

Mon, Sep 28, 6:37 AM · Testing, gnupg (gpg22), scd, Bug Report
turkja added a comment to T5065: scdaemon doesn't detect card removal after boot/resume (Identiv SPR332v2).

This is also what I found out with my tests with the libvirt usb: removing and redirecting back the device got it working again.

Mon, Sep 28, 5:58 AM · Testing, gnupg (gpg22), scd, Bug Report
gniibe added a comment to T5065: scdaemon doesn't detect card removal after boot/resume (Identiv SPR332v2).

Testing more, I managed to encounter failure with physical usb.
Once in this failure mode, I need to remove the card reader from USB and reinsert again.
I need to figure out a sequence to avoid this situation and to reset the card reader correctly.

Mon, Sep 28, 4:53 AM · Testing, gnupg (gpg22), scd, Bug Report
gniibe added a comment to T5065: scdaemon doesn't detect card removal after boot/resume (Identiv SPR332v2).

I tested with physical usb, did multiple operations with external events (insert/remove/etc. for card). I haven't seen any problem (if so, I were doing more fixes), so far.

Mon, Sep 28, 1:44 AM · Testing, gnupg (gpg22), scd, Bug Report

Sat, Sep 26

werner claimed T5084: Using GPGWin 3.1.13, Putty fails to load the private key from a YubiKey.

That code in gnupg has not been touched in a very long time so this may be caused by some side effect.

Sat, Sep 26, 2:29 PM · ssh, gnupg (gpg22), Bug Report, gpg4win
turkja added a comment to T5065: scdaemon doesn't detect card removal after boot/resume (Identiv SPR332v2).

Ok. Tried to test this with master, but failed. I got it compiled and installed, and it actually detected the first removal after reboot/suspend/reader attach/whatever reason, but after that when I inserted the card back, it didn't function anymore. I suppose you also tried that? I mean that's the use case, I suppose: to be able to remove/insert the card reliably all day long.

Sat, Sep 26, 2:03 PM · Testing, gnupg (gpg22), scd, Bug Report

Fri, Sep 25

ahuemmer updated the task description for T5084: Using GPGWin 3.1.13, Putty fails to load the private key from a YubiKey.
Fri, Sep 25, 8:36 PM · ssh, gnupg (gpg22), Bug Report, gpg4win
ahuemmer created T5084: Using GPGWin 3.1.13, Putty fails to load the private key from a YubiKey.
Fri, Sep 25, 8:35 PM · ssh, gnupg (gpg22), Bug Report, gpg4win
werner added projects to T5082: Kleopatra crashed with qwindows.dll.: gpg4win, kleopatra.
Fri, Sep 25, 9:03 AM · kleopatra, gpg4win, Bug Report
gniibe added a comment to T5065: scdaemon doesn't detect card removal after boot/resume (Identiv SPR332v2).

Currently, yes. After some testing, I'll backport it to 2.2.

Fri, Sep 25, 2:03 AM · Testing, gnupg (gpg22), scd, Bug Report

Thu, Sep 24

jdhensel created T5082: Kleopatra crashed with qwindows.dll..
Thu, Sep 24, 10:56 PM · kleopatra, gpg4win, Bug Report
turkja added a comment to T5065: scdaemon doesn't detect card removal after boot/resume (Identiv SPR332v2).

Nice, thanks! If I want to try this fix, should I just compile the master tree?

Thu, Sep 24, 2:45 PM · Testing, gnupg (gpg22), scd, Bug Report
gniibe added a commit to T5065: scdaemon doesn't detect card removal after boot/resume (Identiv SPR332v2): rG7cbb513a2dc1: scd: Fix CCID internal driver for interrupt transfer..
Thu, Sep 24, 1:00 PM · Testing, gnupg (gpg22), scd, Bug Report

Tue, Sep 22

key created T5081: Cannot verify Signature of Electrum.
Tue, Sep 22, 9:54 PM
werner triaged T5080: Gpg-agent gets confused when a homedir is moved as Normal priority.
Tue, Sep 22, 4:32 PM · gnupg (gpg22), Bug Report
goeran updated the task description for T5080: Gpg-agent gets confused when a homedir is moved.
Tue, Sep 22, 3:00 PM · gnupg (gpg22), Bug Report
goeran created T5080: Gpg-agent gets confused when a homedir is moved.
Tue, Sep 22, 2:58 PM · gnupg (gpg22), Bug Report

Mon, Sep 21

MaXi32 added a comment to T5076: gpg-agent respawn another process randomly and causes cached passphrase check failed / expired.

Update: Using --use-standard-socket argument to run this did not work and gpg-agent still create new process. New findings:

Mon, Sep 21, 3:22 PM · gnupg (gpg22), Bug Report
MaXi32 added a comment to T5076: gpg-agent respawn another process randomly and causes cached passphrase check failed / expired.

Just to acknowledge here: I notice that the new gpg-agent random process respawn with an obsolete argument using --use-standard-socket. I will run my gpg daemon using this absolete argument to see if it can block this random process.

Mon, Sep 21, 1:42 AM · gnupg (gpg22), Bug Report
MaXi32 added a comment to T5076: gpg-agent respawn another process randomly and causes cached passphrase check failed / expired.
Mon, Sep 21, 1:16 AM · gnupg (gpg22), Bug Report
MaXi32 added a comment to T5076: gpg-agent respawn another process randomly and causes cached passphrase check failed / expired.

Thanks for your reply. I can confirm from my observation from the log this is a bug where I'm able to reproduce this every day. I will post this to mailing lists.

Mon, Sep 21, 1:11 AM · gnupg (gpg22), Bug Report

Sun, Sep 20

d716c added a comment to T5077: Unable to Creat OpenPGP new key pair, Unable to Connect to UIServer on startup. Creating a folder in my D drive as portable.

I tried using the portable version it wasnt portable apps, i used it the zip file option from this site, https://portapps.io/app/gnupg-portable/

Sun, Sep 20, 11:46 PM · Bug Report, gpg4win
d716c added a comment to T5077: Unable to Creat OpenPGP new key pair, Unable to Connect to UIServer on startup. Creating a folder in my D drive as portable.

Sun, Sep 20, 11:40 PM · Bug Report, gpg4win
d716c created T5077: Unable to Creat OpenPGP new key pair, Unable to Connect to UIServer on startup. Creating a folder in my D drive as portable.
Sun, Sep 20, 11:39 PM · Bug Report, gpg4win
werner added a comment to T5076: gpg-agent respawn another process randomly and causes cached passphrase check failed / expired.

FWIW: You may get a faster answer if you post to gnupg-users mailing lists. Bug reports are a tool to fix bugs and usually are only seen by a few developers.

Sun, Sep 20, 7:39 PM · gnupg (gpg22), Bug Report
MaXi32 added a comment to T5076: gpg-agent respawn another process randomly and causes cached passphrase check failed / expired.

I'm now able to kill the respawn process in the script (updated the script). But I need confirmation if this is a known bug ?

Sun, Sep 20, 5:44 AM · gnupg (gpg22), Bug Report

Sat, Sep 19

MaXi32 added a comment to T5076: gpg-agent respawn another process randomly and causes cached passphrase check failed / expired.

I can create a script to manually kill the 2nd process, but can u guys confirm with me that this is a known bug ?

Sat, Sep 19, 7:42 PM · gnupg (gpg22), Bug Report
MaXi32 added a comment to T5076: gpg-agent respawn another process randomly and causes cached passphrase check failed / expired.

Just to let you know that , using --homedir option also has the same problem I noticed today. I got email each minute like this:

Sat, Sep 19, 5:20 PM · gnupg (gpg22), Bug Report
MaXi32 added a comment to T5076: gpg-agent respawn another process randomly and causes cached passphrase check failed / expired.

Ok let me update what I did next:

Sat, Sep 19, 6:16 AM · gnupg (gpg22), Bug Report

Fri, Sep 18

MaXi32 updated the task description for T5076: gpg-agent respawn another process randomly and causes cached passphrase check failed / expired.
Fri, Sep 18, 8:31 PM · gnupg (gpg22), Bug Report
MaXi32 updated the task description for T5076: gpg-agent respawn another process randomly and causes cached passphrase check failed / expired.
Fri, Sep 18, 8:24 PM · gnupg (gpg22), Bug Report
MaXi32 updated the task description for T5076: gpg-agent respawn another process randomly and causes cached passphrase check failed / expired.
Fri, Sep 18, 8:24 PM · gnupg (gpg22), Bug Report
MaXi32 updated the task description for T5076: gpg-agent respawn another process randomly and causes cached passphrase check failed / expired.
Fri, Sep 18, 8:17 PM · gnupg (gpg22), Bug Report
MaXi32 updated the task description for T5076: gpg-agent respawn another process randomly and causes cached passphrase check failed / expired.
Fri, Sep 18, 8:12 PM · gnupg (gpg22), Bug Report
MaXi32 updated the task description for T5076: gpg-agent respawn another process randomly and causes cached passphrase check failed / expired.
Fri, Sep 18, 8:11 PM · gnupg (gpg22), Bug Report
MaXi32 updated the task description for T5076: gpg-agent respawn another process randomly and causes cached passphrase check failed / expired.
Fri, Sep 18, 8:10 PM · gnupg (gpg22), Bug Report
MaXi32 updated the task description for T5076: gpg-agent respawn another process randomly and causes cached passphrase check failed / expired.
Fri, Sep 18, 8:10 PM · gnupg (gpg22), Bug Report
MaXi32 created T5076: gpg-agent respawn another process randomly and causes cached passphrase check failed / expired.
Fri, Sep 18, 8:09 PM · gnupg (gpg22), Bug Report
mathieui created T5075: [python-gpgme] Traceback when running with python -OO.
Fri, Sep 18, 5:11 PM · gpgme, Python, Bug Report
gniibe added a comment to T5062: gpg: error getting version from 'scdaemon': Forbidden.

Here are my test configurations.

Fri, Sep 18, 10:15 AM · Bug Report
despair created T5074: Leaking fd.
Fri, Sep 18, 8:29 AM · gpgme, Bug Report
gniibe added a comment to T5062: gpg: error getting version from 'scdaemon': Forbidden.

I think that there is some misunderstanding how gpg-agent and scdaemon run.
In the normal configuration, those program run when you login to your desktop or it is invoked when used, then, after you logout, it dies.

Fri, Sep 18, 5:01 AM · Bug Report