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Re: [pkg-gnupg-maint] Beware of leftover gpg-agent processes

On Sat 2016-08-06 06:32:39 -0400, Stefano Zacchiroli wrote:
>> >>   systemctl --user enable gpg-agent
>> >>   systemctl --user enable dirmngr
> OTOH, doing this inhibited a proper start of my GNOME session at next
> login: only Nautilus started (I can tell because I've it handle my
> desktop icons) and I could use it to browse the filesystem, but GNOME
> Shell didn't see to be running.  Reverting the above with "disable" [*]
> fixed the issue, and at next login GNOME session started properly,
> including GNOME Shell.
> I haven't yet filed this as a bug report, because my package mix is
> kinda unusual at present: Debian testing + hand-picked gpg from
> experimental. But it might be useful for you to know about this. Let me
> know how I can debug it further and/or if you'd like to move this
> discussion into a dedicated bug report (and when).

ouch!  please do file this as a distinct bug report, it's something i
haven't run into myself and i'd like to track it down.

thanks for catching it!


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