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Re: signed packages documentation
> It seems the easiest path is:
> on builder, create a keyring with gpg2 and generate a key
> put that keyring and key id in GPG_KEYRING_SIGN and GPG_SIGN_AS
> set GPG to /usr/pkg/bin/pgp2
There's a typo there? Should have been /usr/pkg/bin/gpg2?
However, if you
> build packages normally
using pbulk, the above path to gpg2 is problematic, because pbulk
will remove all installed packages in the "default path" to
provide a pristine environment with only the required and
declared dependent packages prior to each pkg build.
So you need to install gpg2 elsewhere, using a different prefix
and a different pkg database. If you installed pbulk into
(chroot)/usr/pbulk, and the pkg database is the same, that could
be re-used for the gnupg2 package.
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