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Can not add new passwords for some reason #454

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emielmolenaar opened this issue Apr 24, 2019 · 1 comment

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commented Apr 24, 2019

I have reinstalled my laptop, imported my GPG public / private key, installed QtPass and cloned my password store to ~/.password-store (using Kubuntu 19.04). I can read passwords, but I can not add new passwords:

gpg: can't create website.com/username.gpg: no such file or directory
gpg [stdin]: encryption failed: No such file or directory

I have been search through the issues here and tried te following:

  1. Made sure I have imported the keys with gpg2 instead of gpg
  2. I can add a password via pass insert website.com/username
  3. gpg --list-secret-keys lists the key I am using, with ultimate trust
  4. The users dialog in QtPass shows my key. When I select it, nothing happens though.
  5. The .gpg-id in ~/.password-store corresponds with the key ID

I am stuck here, any hints on solving this issue?

@emielmolenaar emielmolenaar changed the title Can not add new password for some reason Can not add new passwords for some reason Apr 24, 2019

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commented May 1, 2019

When I select to use pass in the configuration of QtPass, everything works. This happens when QtPass executes native GPG;

pass.cpp: 39 "/usr/bin/gpg" ("--batch", "-eq", "--output", "foobar.com/baz.gpg", "-r", "ABCDEF123456", "-")

Quite obvious that GPG can not resolve the path foobar.com/baz.gpg . This issue is resolved for me for now, hoping some other people find this post useful 😃

Thanks for QtPass!

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