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#26 2021-02-02 13:00:14

deep42thought
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From: Jena, Germany
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Re: automatic testing via manual installation(s)

gnaaa, my error, debug output did not work - can you please send one more?

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#27 2021-02-02 13:02:42

mistersmee
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Re: automatic testing via manual installation(s)

Sure. Done.

Last edited by mistersmee (2021-02-02 13:04:39)

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#28 2021-02-02 13:10:24

deep42thought
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Re: automatic testing via manual installation(s)

ok, I see: You email is not encrypted, also it's not signed. This is strange. Are you really sending with sendmailadvanced? Maybe the default recipient must really be forced ...
I assume, you're really sending with sendmailadvanced, because it *does* have a hashcash stamp.

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#29 2021-02-02 13:12:11

mistersmee
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Re: automatic testing via manual installation(s)

Yeah, I am sending with sendmailadvanced. I'll try with buildmaster@archlinux32.org in /etc/sendmailadvanced.conf.

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#30 2021-02-02 13:15:07

deep42thought
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Re: automatic testing via manual installation(s)

another thought: maybe you need to trust the buildmaster's key some level - you can try encrypting to that key manually with gpg and see if gpg does that or refuses tue to whatever.

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#31 2021-02-02 13:17:38

mistersmee
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Re: automatic testing via manual installation(s)

I have the buildmaster key set to ultimate through gpg --edit. how do I manually encrypt to that key?

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#32 2021-02-02 13:19:54

deep42thought
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Re: automatic testing via manual installation(s)

`gpg -e -r buildmaster@archlinux32.org -o encrypted raw`
but I see, that it's already working for you smile

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#33 2021-02-02 13:20:23

mistersmee
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Re: automatic testing via manual installation(s)

mistersmee wrote:

Yeah, I am sending with sendmailadvanced. I'll try with buildmaster@archlinux32.org in /etc/sendmailadvanced.conf.

This worked! Thanks!

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#34 2021-02-02 14:14:38

deep42thought
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From: Jena, Germany
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Posts: 576

Re: automatic testing via manual installation(s)

I played around a little on my arch32 boxes (which did not yet report installed packages) and it appears, trusting the key "ultimately" is sufficient (e.g. no default recipient needs to be set). Also, I added some lines to report-installed-packages, so the most recent key will be fetched before using it for encryption. This should avoid any outdated keys (as long as archlinux32.org has the most recent one, of course).

If the trust is set to anything less than "ultimately" (e.g. even "full" does not work), gpg will give a prompt, if one really wants to encrypt to that key. This prompt is "short-circuited" when run inside sendmailadvanced, thus no encryption takes place then.

oh, it appears, there is a bug in sendmailadvanced: the default in gpg_recipients must be something to which actually can be encrypted (even though, it will not be used for encryption, if there is another recipient with a usable key).

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