Re: KMail Suggests: (was Re: The KMail PGP/MIME problem solved: gnupg-agent in Debian)
* Hendrik Sattler [Mon, 21 Mar 2005 11:02:10 +0100]:
> I am using the following construct:
> ------------ cat /etc/X11/Xsession.d/90local_gpg-agent --------------
Note that gnupg-agent 1.9.15-5 now carries an 90gpg-agent file, which
will start the agent if enabled by the user. Is similar to the one you
post and others that have been around, but with some improvments (see
> You make a new entry in "use-gpg-agent" in /etc/X11/Xsession.options.
> The gnupg-agent maintainer did not like this solution, though :-/
I think it's better to check the user configuration files on ~/.gnupg,
rather than enable or disable its use for all users on the system.
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