addendum: editing my gpg.conf to comment out the version-2-only options
appears to make deja-dup run correctly. this seems to be at least a
workaround, if not the complete solution.
it's regrettable that gnupg versions 1 and 2 use the same config file,
with options not being backwards compatible. i doubt i'll be the only
one to trip myself up by too enthusiastically using the shiny new
features of version 2 while some code on my system still needs version
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Deja-dup fails to create encrypted backup
Status in deja-dup package in Ubuntu:
Attempting to create a full backup to a SMB NAS, succeeds if backup is
set to unencrypted. Fails if password is specified.
Symptom: deja-dup loops endlessly through "scanning" -> "encryption
password needed" -> "require password?" and round and round.
Possibly related to recent gnupg options changes? Creating a GPG key
pair for enigmail to use was the last major change i made to my set-up
since the last time these back-ups succeeded. If that's the cause,
i'll be darned if i can work out what to revert where.
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