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#1 2012-07-14 18:14:09

graysky
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schroot unlock keychain

I have a 32-bit chroot setup for building i686 packages via a call to schroot.  Recently, I am unable to keep my keyring unlocked when building and signing package inside the chroot.  I can do so without being challenged for my key's passphrase in the native x86_64 system, but not in the chroot.  What am I missing?

1) Start up the chroot
2) Build the package with:

schroot -p -- -sc --sign

The package builds just fine, but I am challenged for the passphase via a pop-up windows entitled, 'pinentry.'

Last edited by graysky (2012-12-12 01:29:57)


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#2 2012-12-12 01:30:40

graysky
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Re: schroot unlock keychain

Hate to bump my own shit, but this is still unresolved.  Perhaps it's time to ask one of the schroot devs...


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