Problem signing packages
loic.martin3 at gmail.com
Tue Oct 10 21:52:18 BST 2006
Actually, now I've got a problem.
After I restarted the computer, gpa tells me there's no key available. I've
got a save of my key, and when I open it in a text editor, everything looks
fine, but gpa (and any other gnupg frontends) tells me the file doesn't
contain any valid key.
In the mean time, ~/.gnupg/gpg.conf has the option use-agent uncommented
again (and I didn't do anything for that).
Could anyone help me load my key again? the file is still the same (I've
made two copies of it, and they're identical).
I'd also like to know if commenting the option use-agent again once my key
is recovered is really safe.
Thanks a lot,
On 10/10/06, Richard Bailey <rmjb at mail.com> wrote:
> Hello Loic,
> I'm also going through the guide, and though I can't read French it looks
> like you're getting the same error as I with the agent. To fix, edit your
> ~/.gnupg/gpg.conf file and comment out the use-agent option.
> Signing packages *should* work now.
> - Regards,
> On 10/10/06, Loïc Martin <loic.martin3 at gmail.com > wrote:
> > Hi,
> > I've followed the instructions in The Ubuntu Packaging Guide and those
> > in https://wiki.ubuntu.com/MOTU/Packages/REVU but still face a
> > problem :
> > when I run
> > > debuild -S -sa -kMYIDKEY
> > >
> > I'm asked for my pass phrase, fill it but it fails. Here is the output :
> > > Vous avez besoin d'une phrase de passe pour déverrouiller la
> > > clé secrète pour l'utilisateur: « Loïc Martin (t3g) <
> > > loic.martin3 at gmail.com> »
> > > clé de 1024 bits DSA, ID BFF60F74, créée le 2006-09-26
> > >
> > gpg: problème avec l'agent - arrêt d'utilisation de l'agent
> > >
> > debsign: gpg error occurred! Aborting....
> > > debuild: fatal error at line 791:
> > > running debsign failed
> > >
> > My key is configured, gpa is running, but I can't sign my packages...
> > On another note, my packages all have a dependancy on
> > language-pack-fr-base, even though I haven't specified it. They also depend
> > on libc6-i686 (and libc6) which is another problem I've noted, among with a
> > lot of unrequired dependancies (like coreutils, binutils, etc...). It's a
> > simple package (gnugo 3.7.10) and I can't figure why I've got these
> > added dependancies.
> > Last note, I'm using debhelper and following the part in the Ubuntu
> > Packaging Guide about using debhelper.
> > Thanks a lot,
> > Loïc
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