Is the path to gpg hardcoded somewhere?

Hi,

I ask because, in 3.8.1rc5, if I create a symlink to /usr/bin/gpg
(from /usr/local/bin/gpg, where it lives on FreeBSD), I can at least
login again :wink:

Regards,
Rainer

Use ‘call’ option in GnuPGOptions in the config. It’s not fully
hardcoded, exec system call is used and on my system (linux) it scans
PATH dirs.

Want to send me docs patch?On Sun, Aug 17, 2008 at 11:27 PM, Rainer Duffner rainer@ultra-secure.de wrote:

Hi,

I ask because, in 3.8.1rc5, if I create a symlink to /usr/bin/gpg
(from /usr/local/bin/gpg, where it lives on FreeBSD), I can at least
login again :wink:

Regards,
Rainer


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Best regards, Ruslan.

Ruslan Zakirov schrieb:

Use ‘call’ option in GnuPGOptions in the config. It’s not fully
hardcoded, exec system call is used and on my system (linux) it scans
PATH dirs.

OK, I suspected something like this.
But I’m not sure I want to set the www user’s PATH so that it sees
/usr/local/bin.

I’ve disabled GnuGP in the meantime, because I was unable to set it up
completely.
I must first read-up on why it insists on using some sort of pin-entry
device when I want to create a key…

Regards,
Rainer