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On Thursday 06 August 2015 02:14 AM, Daniel Kahn Gillmor wrote:
>> enigmail cannot decrypt/encrypt and sign messages with gpg 2.1.6
>> in experimental. Reporting early so that we can fix it before it
>> enters unstable.
> 
> hm, it works for me with enigmail 2:1.8.2-3 and gnupg 2.1.6-1.  Is
> it possible that you've got some odd combination of 
> pinentry/gpg-agent/desktop-environment or something?

I have gnome 3 and the same combination works when I downgrade to
2.0.38-3 from unstable and restart.

> dpkg -l 'pinentry*' 'gnupg*' gcr
> 

$ dpkg -l 'pinentry*' 'gnupg*' gcr
Desired=Unknown/Install/Remove/Purge/Hold
|
Status=Not/Inst/Conf-files/Unpacked/halF-conf/Half-inst/trig-aWait/Trig-
pend
|/ Err?=(none)/Reinst-required (Status,Err: uppercase=bad)
||/ Name                      Version           Architecture
Description
+++-=========================-=================-=================-======
==================================================
ii  gcr                       3.12.2-1          amd64
GNOME crypto services (daemon and tools)
ii  gnupg                     1.4.19-3          amd64             GNU
privacy guard - a free PGP replacement
ii  gnupg-agent               2.0.28-3          amd64             GNU
privacy guard - password agent
ii  gnupg-curl                1.4.18-2          amd64             GNU
privacy guard - a free PGP replacement (cURL)
un  gnupg-doc                 <none>            <none>            (no
description available)
ii  gnupg2                    2.0.28-3          amd64             GNU
privacy guard - a free PGP replacement (new v2.x)
un  pinentry                  <none>            <none>            (no
description available)
ii  pinentry-curses           0.8.3-2           amd64
curses-based PIN or pass-phrase entry dialog for GnuPG
un  pinentry-doc              <none>            <none>            (no
description available)
ii  pinentry-gnome3           0.9.5-2           amd64
GNOME 3 PIN or pass-phrase entry dialog for GnuPG
ii  pinentry-gtk2             0.8.3-2           amd64
GTK+-2-based PIN or pass-phrase entry dialog for GnuPG
un  pinentry-qt4              <none>            <none>            (no
description available)
un  pinentry-x11              <none>            <none>            (no
description available)

> Are you able to encrypt/decrypt/sign from the gpg command line?

everything works with gnupg2 2.0.38-3 from unstable.

It looks my gcr is old, I'll try updating gcr.

> also: decrypt and sign are secret key operations, which would
> implicate the agent (and possibly pinentry).  But it looks like
> you're suggesting that encrypting is also broken, which is a public
> key operation.
> 
> Feel free to try sending me an encrypted, unsigned mail personally
> (key fingerprint 0EE5BE979282D80B9F7540F1CCD2ED94D21739E9) if you
> want to test the public-key-only operations with enigmail.
> 
> hope to help get this sorted out,
> 
> --dkg
> 

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