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Re: socket-activated gpg-agent via systemd user files (was: [opensuse-factory] Re: Changes in gpg-agent / Plasma? SSH-Key no longer available in gpg-agent...)
Hi Wolfgang,

On 12.03.20 at 23:06 Wolfgang Rosenauer wrote:
Am 12.03.20 um 22:14 schrieb Johannes Kastl:

Next stop: Wayland.

I was also running into gpg/ssh-agent issues when I switched to wayland.
The outcome so far was
https://bugzilla.suse.com/show_bug.cgi?id=1164872

I do not understand why the quite well working X11 setup is not used
(similarly) for a wayland session,

I just tried what is now working[tm] with the non-Wayland KDE Plasma session
(socket activated gpg-agent, SSH_AUTH_SOCK set manually).

# non-Wayland Plasma

In non-Wayland I get the popup asking to unlock my gpg key (needed for kwallet
to allow Nextcloud passwords and WIFI passwords and such), and that seems to
work (even though I have to dismiss password prompts for WIFI). After half a
minute WIFI is connecting, nextcloud is connecting etc.
"ssh-add -l" shows my key.
I can use my ssh key and get prompted by gpg-agent to enter the passphrase used
to lock that ssh key in gpg-agent.

In Plasma Wayland I get the popup asking to unlock my gpg key (needed for
kwallet to allow Nextcloud passwords and WIFI passwords and such), and that
seems to work.

"ssh-add -l" shows my key.
Using my ssh key results in an error, though, and I get asked for my password.
:-(

Johannes

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