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Re: KMail 1.5 crypto-plugin breaks gpg

change the line 
pinentry-program /usr/bin/pinentry-qt
in .gnupg/gpg-agent.conf
to read
pinentry-program /usr/bin/pinentry-gtk

I think you will need to also apt-get install pinentry-gtk (I can't remember).

search the archives of this list, it has been brought up before.


On Sun, 09 Feb 2003 21:23, Sean Fraley wrote:
> I configured KMail 1.5 to use the gpgme-openpgp plugin according to the
> instructions both in Ralf Nolden's posts to this board and the ones at
> kmail.kde.org.  After doing so, I tested the configuration by first
> attempting to read an encrypted message that I had earlier sent myself, and
> by attempting to encrypt and send a new message to myself.  When I try to
> read the encrypted message, I get an error saying that my passphrase for my
> secret key is invalid.  When I try to send an encrypter message, I get an
> error stating that there is no passphrase.  If I remove the "use-agent"
> line from ny gpg.conf file, the inline pgp works properly.  What am I doing
> wrong?

Greg Cockburn, LCA
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