Just a few comments:
+1 for Xfce. It gracefully delivers a precise and efficient desktop
My install of Fedora 27 Xfce includes Seahorse (Applications > Accessories
Passwords and Keys).
Have you tried Seahorse?
Is the gpg-agent process running?
On Sun, Feb 18, 2018 at 6:53 AM, Gour <gour(a)atmarama.com> wrote:
I'm ex-Xfce user who was using Gnome for some time after migrating from
to Fedora at the time of fc25-beta. However, I noticed that there are too
stuff running on my machine for which I do not have real use, so yesterday
did migrate (back) to Xfce. Great job!
Very soon I had fully working desktop and was even able to quickly get rid
Gnome-stuff, replacing Evolution with vdiryncer/khal/khard was the most
sensitive issue...all in all, Xfce is such a wonderful environment
much more customization very easily...
However, there is one pending issue which I'm not sure how to resolve...on
Gnome handling of ssh/gpg2 agents were working out of the box, but not sure
what is recommended way to do it on Xfce in order to have my default gpg2
loaded as well as to have persistent ssh-agent so I can access remote
without retyping my passwords.
In the past I was happily using keychain (from Funtoo project), but it had
problems running under fish-shell and handling gpg2 agent. In new(er)
it seems that gpg2 problem is solved, but, apparently, not when using it
fish shell, so my question is if you have recommendation how to get the
functionality as under GNOME (gnome-keyring) without pulling too many GNOME
As the ignorant perform their duties with attachment to results,
the learned may similarly act, but without attachment, for the
sake of leading people on the right path.
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