The last few days I've noticed issues with GnuPG.
I'm using `gpg-agent` as my `ssh-agent` and that's were I noticed strangeness first. I can't add keys:
~~~ $ ssh-add /home/lmagnus/.ssh/id_ecdsa_github Enter passphrase for /home/lmagnus/.ssh/id_ecdsa_github: Could not add identity "/home/lmagnus/.ssh/id_ecdsa_github": agent refused operation ~~~
and now I found that I can't encrypt files:
~~~ $ gpg -c TODO gpg: cancelled by user gpg: error creating passphrase: Operation cancelled gpg: symmetric encryption of 'TODO' failed: Operation cancelled ~~~
Anyone else seeing similar behaviour?
I'm seeing this behaviour on both the latest package, 2.1.16, and the previous, 2.1.15 (both -1 and -2). I've not dared go back further than that since 2.14 complains "libreadline.so.6: cannot open shared object file".
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