Re: Can't sign packages on kFreeBSD because gpg wants /dev/tty
Aurelien Jarno <email@example.com> wrote:
> markus schnalke a écrit :
> > Hoi community,
> > I have a kFreeBSD machine running and started to port my debian
> > packages (see http://prog.marmaro.de/deb-repo/ ) to kfreebsd-i386.
> > It worked well until gpg starts to sign the .dsc and .changes. gpg
> > wants to open /dev/tty which does not work.
> > I think this problem is known ...
> I don't think so. Do you have an idea why you don't have /dev/tty? If
> devfs is mounted, this file should exists.
It's strange. `ls /dev' does not list "tty", but there is one shown if
I run `ls /dev/tty'!
(see the end of the mail)
It's the same on both of my kFreeBSD systems. They are both upgraded
(I could test the gpg stuff only on one machine.)
> It is working correctly here, I am using gnupg regulary on this machine.
... then I think, the other problem I have is of the same kind:
I cannot `scp' with inserting my password, while it works perfect when
I use key authentification.
# cat /etc/mtab
/dev/ad0s1a / ufs rw 0 0
devfs /dev devfs rw 0 0
linprocfs /proc linprocfs rw,noexec,nosuid 0 0
# ls /dev
acpi ad0s1c bpf0 cuad0.lock devstat io kmem
net1 null ptyp3 ptyp8 stderr ttyd0.init ttyp0 ttyp5
ad0 agpgart console cuad1 fd kbd0 MAKEDEV
net2 pci ptyp4 ptyq0 stdin ttyd0.lock ttyp1 ttyp6
ad0s1 apm ctty cuad1.init fido kbd1 mdctl
network ptyp0 ptyp5 ptyr0 stdout ttyd1 ttyp2 ttyp7
ad0s1a ata cuad0 cuad1.lock full kbdmux0 mem
nfs4 ptyp1 ptyp6 ptys0 sysmouse ttyd1.init ttyp3 ttyp8
ad0s1b atkbd0 cuad0.init devctl geom.ctl klog net
nfslock ptyp2 ptyp7 random ttyd0 ttyd1.lock ttyp4 urandom