alcanjp at icloud.com
Fri Mar 4 06:52:37 CET 2016
I am coming back on the Git subject and is there a way to keep the
*.gpg private on github without having to pay for it or another service?
On 2016-03-03 16:42, GOYOT Martin wrote:
> Yes, that should do the trick
> On Thu, Mar 3, 2016 at 4:36 PM Harrison Powers
> <harrisonpowers at gmail.com <mailto:harrisonpowers at gmail.com>> wrote:
> try adding trust to the key:
> gpg --edit-key KEY_ID
> hopefully that helps
> On Thu, Mar 3, 2016 at 10:24 AM, Jp <alcanjp at icloud.com
> <mailto:alcanjp at icloud.com>> wrote:
> I migrated to a Linux box and when I edit a store it gives me
> this. On my MAC OS there is no issue other than my Mac uses
> VI and this box uses Nano, could that be it?
> And it is the same key!
> GPG encryption failed. Retrying.
> gpg: XXXXXXXX: There is no assurance this key belongs to the
> named user
> gpg: /dev/shm/pass.XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX: encryption failed:
> Unusable public key
> On 2016-02-26 17:11, GOYOT Martin wrote:
>> Yes you're right the idea is to be able to share those
>> passwords. Just be aware that git isn't "propagating". You
>> push to a destination and then your other devices have to
>> pull from this destination to be on par with your changes.
>> I don't know how good or bad you know git, but if the latter,
>> I suggest that you look at some git tutorials as in fact pass
>> isn't really doing all the work for you you still have to
>> know how it works.
>> I would be pleased to answer your questions on the matter if
>> you have any
>> On Fri, Feb 26, 2016 at 5:05 PM Jp <alcanjp at icloud.com
>> <mailto:alcanjp at icloud.com>> wrote:
>> Thank you for the response, well, the idea here is to use
>> Git to
>> propagate the changes between PCs, right? I guess I was
>> because I didn't realize that pass was doing the commit,
>> and it does
>> make sense now. I just needed to have a clear basic
>> understanding of
>> the process of using pass with Git and since I am not a
>> full blown dev
>> guy, I got confused. I starting using syncthing that was
>> more straight
>> Thank you
>> On 26/02/16 16:54, GOYOT Martin wrote:
>> > Hello Jp,
>> > could you please be more specific? The idea is that you
>> use it like a
>> > normal git repository by prefixing all your commands
>> with pass.
>> > Example:
>> > pass git init
>> > pass git remote add origin ssh://some.url
>> > pass git push
>> > and so on...
>> > You don't need to commit, pass will do it for you.
>> > Regards,
>> > Martin
>> > On Fri, Feb 26, 2016 at 4:51 PM Jp <alcanjp at icloud.com
>> <mailto:alcanjp at icloud.com>
>> > <mailto:alcanjp at icloud.com
>> <mailto:alcanjp at icloud.com>>> wrote:
>> > Hello,
>> > I have been using Pass for a little while after
>> leaving lastpass. But
>> > in terms of being able to sync via Git! I find the
>> resources very
>> > confusing and therefor I am looking to get more
>> info on how to actually
>> > use GIT.
>> > Thank you
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