#4 Problems WIth Windows Service

closed-fixed
nobody
5
2012-03-08
2010-03-17
Bob Denny
No

The keyring files for gpg when spawned from the broker running as a Windows Service3 are located in Documents and Settings\LocalService\Application Data\GnuPG and are not used when gpg is run interactively from a user shell. Perhaps (??) gpg should be forced to look for its keyring files via the BrokerConfig file.

Discussion

  • Bob Denny
    Bob Denny
    2010-03-17

    • assigned_to: dc3dreamer --> nobody
     
  • Bob Denny
    Bob Denny
    2012-03-07

    Now I have problems where it says "no process is associated with this object" when trying to sign and it is running as a service.

     
  • Bob Denny
    Bob Denny
    2012-03-07

    • summary: Keyrings for Windows Service --> Problems WIth Windows Service
     
  • Bob Denny
    Bob Denny
    2012-03-08

    This caused another problem which I fixed. The error reporting when problems like "no secret key" (caused by the original problem) was broken. "No process associated with this pobject" was really a failure of GPG.

     
  • Bob Denny
    Bob Denny
    2012-03-08

    Need Broker config item to point to keyring folder. Will set this as property of XmlSignatures, and if non "" then use this on command line to GPG.

     
  • Bob Denny
    Bob Denny
    2012-03-08

    Done, the explicit keyring subdir path did it for daemons.

     
  • Bob Denny
    Bob Denny
    2012-03-08

    • status: open --> closed-fixed