On Wed 2015-08-19 00:04:48 +0200, Emmanuel Fleury wrote:
> I found a better way to fix it (and keep the last GPG 2.1.7-2 package).
>
> I seems that installing the last GPG package change slightly the content
> of the directory ~/.gnupg/.
>
> Here is the way to do it:
>
> - In Iceweasel, go to the menu item:
>   Enigmail -> Key management
>
> - Select your own key.
>
> - Go to the menu: File->Import Keys from File
>
> - Select the file ~/.gnupg/secring.gpg
>
> Now, the Enigmail plugin seems to work properly...

this suggests that you think the secret keyring was not migrated
properly during the 2.0 to 2.1 transition.  If this is the case, it will
be a problem without enigmail in the loop at all (just with gpg2 on the
command line).

Are you using your key on a smartcard?  if so, maybe you ran into the
same issue as #795881 ?

The fact that your problem sounds like it's still unresolved (from your
subsequent message) sounds like this isn't the core of it still.

I'm still unable to reproduce the problem you and the original reporter
are describing :/ Any help in reproducing it would be welcome.

> It seems that the root of the problem is coming from the changes that
> are made in the files in the ~/.gnupg files and the fact that the
> Enigmail plugin is not aware of this change (and especially this
> relocation of the private keys).

Enigmail shouldn't need to be aware of the change, the secret key
migration should happen automatically.

          --dkg

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