Description of problem:
After recent updates, my gpg-agent is not auto-starting in KDE.
It looks like the startup script is gone.
ls: cannot access /etc/xdg/plasma-workspace/env/gpg-agent-startup.sh: No such file or directory
dnf provides /etc/xdg/plasma-workspace/env/gpg-agent-startup.sh
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kde-settings-plasma-22-7.fc22.noarch : Configuration files for plasma
Repo : fedora
rpm -q kde-settings-plasma-22-7
package kde-settings-plasma-22-7 is not installed
rpm -q kde-settings-plasma
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
kde-settings-plasma-22-7.fc22.noarch.rpm has the script
kde-settings-plasma-22-11.fc22.noarch.rpm does not
Steps to Reproduce:
Hmm, It looks like this was intentional.
Maybe I just need to figure out the whatever the proper way is of having that running.
Tue Jun 16 2015 Rex Dieter <rdieter> - 22-11
- env: set GDK_CORE_DEVICE_EVENTS=1 to workaround gtk3 scrolling issues (#1226465)
- env: omit gpg-agent management, no longer needed (#1229918)
I gave up searching too soon before hitting new bug.
In case anyone has a recommendation, I was using the gpg-agent's --enable-ssh-support option with a YubiKey for it to just work in all my Konsole terminals when plugged in.
Yeah, the old script didn't work right anymore as gnupg2 changed behavior a bit (and gpg-agent autostart's itself now on demand), see aforementioned bug #1229918