[Pkg-privacy-maintainers] Bug#898085: gnupg: gpg --search-keys and parcimonie don't work: Tor misconfigured/keyserver EPERM

Cyril Brulebois kibi at debian.org
Sat Jun 30 17:04:48 BST 2018


intrigeri <intrigeri at debian.org> (2018-06-30):
> Thanks for the prompt reply!

No worries.

> OK, so it looks I was wrong to reassign to parcimonie.
> Before I draw conclusions, I need a little bit more info:
>  - Can you please check that tor listens on (TCP)?

tcp        0      0*               LISTEN      -                   

>  - Does "torsocks curl https://www.debian.org/" work fine?

Yes, I get the index page in less than a second.

>  - Could you please share your ~/.gnupg/dirmngr.conf and
>    ~/.gnupg/gpg.conf with me (possibly privately)?

I don't think there are (or were) private things in there. I did rename
.gnupg/ away a while ago, trying to get back to a default configuration
(which I never tweaked much anyway) before reporting this issue. AFAICT
the only bits of tweaking I did was reinjecting my private keys in
there. I suppose what you're seeing below is indeed the result of
parcimonie's integration bits (App/Parcimonie/GnuPG/Interface.pm at
first glance), with the auto enabling of use-tor.

    kibi at armor:~$ cat .gnupg/dirmngr.conf
    ###+++--- GPGConf ---+++###
    ###+++--- GPGConf ---+++### Sat 30 Jun 2018 16:33:06 CEST
    # GPGConf edited this configuration file.
    # It will disable options before this marked block, but it will
    # never change anything below these lines.

No gpg.conf at all.

Cyril Brulebois (kibi at debian.org)            <https://debamax.com/>
D-I release manager -- Release team member -- Freelance Consultant
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