@Laurent you simply should not be using apt-key and key servers and key
ids. You should use keyfiles that you drop in trusted.gpg.d. I think we
should kill APT_KEY_DONT_WARN_ON_DANGEROUS_USAGE.
Anyhow, apt-key now tells dirmngr to exit in bionic and newer, bug
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dirmngr is used as daemon
Status in apt package in Ubuntu:
Status in gnupg2 package in Ubuntu:
I'm using Ubuntu 16.10 with gnupg2 2.1.15-1ubuntu6 and for example if
I'm using apt-key to receive keys I'm noticing that dirmngr is started
and kept open after the task is done. If apt-key is used multiple
times even multiple times dirmngr is started while the old processes
are still open.
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