Re: gpg.conf - invalid option by melvin » Fri Feb 20, 2015 5:11 pm Seems to be a conf file generated by another app and not compatible with the version of gpg used by Automize. The kill command will kill any running jobs when supplied with the job id. -l List all running jobs. This option is re-read on a SIGHUP (or gpgconf --reload gpg-agent) and the S2K count is then re-calibrated. gpgconf --list-components Kill a component: gpgconf --kill # i.e. Use with -i and -l msf > kill. run gpgconf --kill gpg-agent to kill any running agent that might be hung; If that says gpgconf isn’t installed or doesn’t have a --kill option, you might try this: cp ~/.gnupg ~/.gnupg-GOOD to save a copy of your ~/.gnupg to revert to later if needed; brew install gnupg21 to install GnuPG 2.1 Name gpg-agent - Secret key management for GnuPG Synopsis gpg-agent [--homedir dir] [--options file] [options] gpg-agent [--homedir dir] [--options file] [options] --server gpg-agent [--homedir dir] [--options file] [options] --daemon [command_line] Description gpg-agent is a daemon to manage secret (private) keys independently from any protocol. -i Lists detailed information about a running job. --s2k-count n Specify the iteration count used to protect the passphrase. gpg -k - … -h Help banner. Use --with-colons to produce an output that can easily be parsed i.e. Soft – Allows the VMX process to shutdown gracefully similar to kill-SIGTERM. Kill Commands The kill commands (such as kill, xkill, etc.) The type parameter takes on three values:. Instead consider the --passphrase-fd option to be more reliable. In other words, the command-line kill commands are wrappers for the kernel's "kill()" syscall. list-options:show-keyserver-urls: GPG Configuration Options: list-options:show-notations: GPG Configuration Options: list-options:show-only-fpr-mbox: GPG Configuration Options: list-options:show-photos: GPG Configuration Options: list-options:show-policy-urls: GPG Configuration Options: list-options:show-sig-expire: GPG Configuration Options are commands that use the the "kill()" system call. Options: [...] send signal to every listed -, -s, --signal specify the to be sent -l, --list=[] list all signal names, or convert one to a name -L, --table list all signal names in a nice table -h, --help display this help and exit -V, --version output version information and … with awk, grep. -k Terminate the specified job name. To create this article, 12 people, some anonymous, worked to edit and improve it over time. The given value is capped at 60 seconds; a value of 0 resets to the compiled-in default. This script makes proper use of the --passphrase -fd option, and has been tested publicly via Travis-CI where you can find logs of it in action. wikiHow is a “wiki,” similar to Wikipedia, which means that many of our articles are co-written by multiple authors. kill The kill command will kill a process using the kill signal and PID given by the user. Fields are colon-separated. Hi Guys I would like to submit this issue for me, I done around 10 hours already on this issue finding a way to make gpg-agent properly running with gpg2. ; Using vim-cmd. -v Print more detailed info. gpgconf --kill dirmngr Kill all components: gpgconf --kill all Parsing keyring data. ; Force – Stops the VMX process when either the Soft or Hard options fail. ; Hard – Immediately kills the VMX process similar to a kill -9 or kill -SIGKILL command. This option can be used to override the auto-calibration done by default. This comment has been minimized. If you perform git commits through IntelliJ and want them to be signed, add the following line to your ~/.gnupg/gpg.conf file: # This option tells gpg not to expect a TTY interface and allows IntelliJ to sign commits no-tty ... gpgconf --kill gpg-agent. OPTIONS: -K Terminate all running jobs. Parsed i.e parsed i.e '' syscall option is re-read on a SIGHUP ( or gpgconf -- kill all keyring. 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