"gpg-agent: command get_passphrase failed: No such file or directory" #156
I've been using
Whenever I try and decrypt a file I get the following error:
If I run
I'm running the latest release (v1.1.0). Details of my system:
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This is caused by pass normally asking for your pinentry (or passphrase) in the console, and there doesn't seem to be a graphical pinentry set in the gpg configuration.
I'm guessing you are running a homebrew version of GPG2?
Unfortunately currently on OSX I have only been able to get QtPass working with the https://gpgtools.org/ and their graphical pin/passphrase-entry widget.
Which in my case asks for my GPG passphrase every time I want to decrypt a password too.
I might give it a try somewhere next week, uninstalling gpgtools and trying to get a graphical pinentry set-up with the homebrew gpg version.