Re: [Evolution] GPG signatures using keyserver

On 23 Feb 2001 09:41:21 +0000, Ross Burton wrote:
gpg: Signature made Wed 21 Feb 2001 09:25:19 PM WET using DSA key ID 2982E3B6
gpg: Good signature from "Sejal Patel (Bio Mage) <sejal iname com>"
gpg: cannot open /dev/tty: Device not configured

I got the same tty message, so I added "no-tty" to ~/.gnupg/options on a
line by itself.
It seems to fix it, but I don't know if it's the "correct" solution.

I tried this too last week but then gpg broke from the command line.
Will gpg encrypt a file from a terminal for you with no-tty on?  If it
does I'll put it back in my config file and try and figure out why gpg
is broken on my machine...

The no-tty basically means not to allow gpg to accept input from the
terminal.  Thus you cannot run gpg from the command line.  The no-tty
option is really not the correct solution to this problem.  There is
suppose to be a way to suppress warnings (or was it stderr) that gui
programs are suppose to use in order to prevent this.

Sejal Patel (spatel agency com)
Technical Consultant : Atlanta

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