use default gpg key for debuild
debuild -S to build a package on new machines, I need to go
through the process of ensuring that my gpg is set up properly. If set up
incorrectly, I get the following message with
gpg: skipped "User <[email protected]>": secret key not available
To fix this, I go through the following steps:
Ensure I have proper gpg keys set up. You can check if yours is installed properly using:
DEBEMAILmatches the email in the matching gpg key, and ensure DEBFULLNAME matches the name in same key. Put these into your
~/.bashrcfile or wherever they will be sourced into your environment.
Make sure your key is the default key: Edit
~/.gnupg/gpg.confsuch that default-key is set to the proper key. This should match the 8 character fingerprint that you verified in (1).
Make sure the same key is the default for debuilder: Edit /etc/devscripts.conf with the folllowing:
XXXXXXis your key.
Now next time you use
debuild -Sit should use the proper gpg key, name and email address!