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Running qtPass remotelly not prompting for the GPG key passphrasse #374
But now the problem is that if I do it locally, I will see another window asking me the passphrasse to unlock the GPG key. But it never comes up with my setup.... The only way I have to get it working is by calling the pass, then I will be prompted on the terminal for the GPG passphrasse, so the I can use it.
So it seems it is not forwarding pinentry (I've set up pinentry=/usr/bin/pinentry in the qtpass.conf). For me it would be OK to just prompt me for the curses "style" and enter the passphrasse
Any idea on what is wrong here?
I would personally recommend against using QtPass (or
You can use git to sync between multiple devices.
I think the issue is with the pinentry "environment" but if I find some time I'll try and replicate and look for a solution . .
Hi, After installing pinentry-qt4 I was prompted for the password. Thanks. 2018-04-29 15:12 GMT+02:00 Anne Jan Brouwer <firstname.lastname@example.org>:…
I would personally recommend against using QtPass (or pass for that matter) in this way. You can setup pass to encrypt for multiple gpg id's which not only makes (dis)allowing access easier and more granular but you can also set-up per-folder permissions on a user level. I think the issue is with the pinentry "environment" but if I find some time I'll try and replicate and look for a solution . . — You are receiving this because you authored the thread. Reply to this email directly, view it on GitHub <#374 (comment)>, or mute the thread <https://github.com/notifications/unsubscribe-auth/AH0AYDongWIh8Dpd_e9owULxepbAR5lwks5ttbwygaJpZM4TqAV4> .