[ic] PGP_KEY - what goes in here?
Gert van der Spoel
ic at 3edge.com
Wed Jan 11 17:54:31 EST 2006
Glenn McCalley writes:
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "Gert van der Spoel" <ic at 3edge.com>
> To: <interchange-users at icdevgroup.org>
> Sent: Wednesday, January 11, 2006 3:13 PM
> Subject: Re: [ic] PGP_KEY - what goes in here?
>> > I'd thought from the various PGP how to's in the archives PGP_KEY was
>> > supposed to contain the specific key identifier within pubring.gpg to be
>> > used, ID'd by the mailing address.
>> > OK.
>> afaik the ID is the key ID. When you do gpg --list-keys you get something
>> pub XXXXX/YYYYYYYY YYYY-MM-DD
>> uid Name <email>
>> sub ZZZZZ/AAAAAAAA YYYY-MM-DD
>> The 'YYYYYYYY' in my case is the key.
>> Also setting the environment variable GNUPGHOME (thanks Stefan :)) might
>> help you find the right .gnupg directory.
> OK, thanks, tried that and get
> gpg: can't open 96047272: No such file or directory
> It's looking for a file, not a record in a file. ...and it works OK from
> the command line which makes me think it's an IC thing somewhere.
> ENV var GNUPGHOME is set to /home/interch/.gnupg -- I had seen posts about
> that but thats a point. I can't find anywhere in the admin interface to get
> it to dump what it thinks the env vars are. Still looking.
> Anything else anyone can come up with would be great. Thanks!
Not sure if it is of any help. My main route is having:
encrypt 0 (only encrypts CC info)
Without the encrypt_program. It will most likely find gpg by itself.
Another thing you could try is to define PGP as just /usr/local/bin/gpg,
without all the other options behind it and see if it does anything
Perhaps the tags [dump] and [env] give you additional information.
Although they don't show the 'user' environment that runs IC (I think).
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