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RNG seems to be depleted. If they're on the same host with the same libraries linked and built from source - then there's no other problem should be than RNG. It's especially visible/reproduceable if you're generating a long key: GPGv1 will be faster


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While the command works fine under GnuPG on Linux, it fails in Windows. I've been able to make it work by removing all spaces: gpg --keyserver hkp://keyserver.ubuntu.com --recv-keys 843938DF228D22F7B3742BC0D94AA3F0EFE21092 C5986B4F1257FFA86632CBA746181433FBB75451 (the quotes are not required any more, either; so I removed them). If you really want to ...


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Each user will have access to pass, and will do a pass init to that directory, with a GPG key present in their keychain ( A second one rather that their own ) First, make sure your pass store is initilized with git. Add the passwords you need. Commit and push to a repo accessible by all users. Then each user will clone this git repo containing yours ...


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This solution worked great. Its a bit old but had no issues with it. https://www.w3.org/2004/07/pgp-whitelist.html Requirements To set up this whitelist system, you need: a working procmail environment, set up to filter your incoming email on the same computer as procmail, an implementation of PGP; we assume it is gnupg from now on, but the system should ...


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Where are my gpg configuration files? 22.1 Personal user settings The personal settings for each user are found in the file folder: %APPDATA%\gnupg Often, this is the following folder: C:\Documents and settings\<name>\Application data\gnupg\ Please note that this is a hidden file folder. To make it visible, you have to activate ...


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It appears that later versions of GnuPG (2.1+?) have a parameter value for --list-options that will do this: $ gpg --list-options show-usage --list-keys Like any of the long options this can be persisted in ~/.gnupg/gpg.conf: list-options show-usage


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GnuPG 2.1.x does support ECC (including Ed25519) for more info (and examples) see https://www.gnupg.org/faq/whats-new-in-2.1.html#ecc


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As a temporary workaround this helped me: killall gpg-agent Found here: http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=2156806&p=12774930#post12774930


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Originally, GnuPG has different notions to specify substring matches, exact matches, matching mail addresses and so on, which I also discussed in How to get GnuPG fingerpints only for specified key name, not for substring matches?. From my experiments, those do not work for --quick-sign-key (in your case, you should be able to select the specific user ID ...


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I had the same issue and this is how I resolved it: gpg-agent copies keys that you add with ssh-add to a special directory under ~/.gnupg (specifically ~/.gnupg/private-keys-v1.d with gpg2). It seems, and I really think this should be reported as a bug, that if the key you're trying to add with ssh-add already exists in that directory it won't actually add ...


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After some additional thought I've come up with a "quick and dirty" solution to this problem. Duplicati requires the the program to be called "gpg.exe", there's no way around that. However, one is allowed to specify a path where to find the executable and one is allowed to fully customize the command-line parameters (main sub-program) and switches . This ...


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An OpenPGP key is not a single object, but consists of a whole stream of OpenPGP packets. For example, a public key message consists of (among others) the primary public key packet, subkey packets, user ID packets and different kinds of signatures, some providing certifications by other OpenPGP users, others binding user IDs and subkeys. Key servers will ...


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You cannot "overwrite" or otherwise remove data from a PGP keyserver – you can only revoke it (using GnuPG's revuid), and then upload the "revocation signature" to the keyserver. However, modern keyservers only accept identities signed by the main key – that's the "[self-signature]" entry that you can see in a signature list. While someone could easily ...



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