Archives for: February 2007

Feb 27, 2007 : twins

If I ever have twins, and they're a girl and a boy, I'm going to name them Chickpea and Garbanzo.

Feb 17, 2007 : Blogs & news feeds

Recently I unified my blog & news feeds from home and from work and check them all via I'm currently subscribed to 154 feeds, and yes, I do read/scan them all. You can see what I'm subscribed to here (OPML browser via

Feb 06, 2007 : no heat

My heater isn't working tonight :( so I have cuddle up next to my computer. It should be fixed tomorrow, though.

: keychain gpg-agent pinentry problems

I use keychain to setup my ssh-agent and gpg-agent sessions so that it remembers my passphrases and I don't have to retype them every time I use them. But recently I was getting this error:

Error: Problem adding (is pinentry installed?); giving up

Digging into /usr/bin/keychain I found that it was having trouble running gpg --use-agent --no-tty --sign. Running that directly gave me this error:

gpg: problem with the agent - disabling agent use
gpg: Sorry, no terminal at all requested - can't get input

The problem turned out to be ~/.gnupg/gpg-agent.conf had an old entry pinentry-program /usr/bin/pinentry-gtk which didn't exist any more. Change that entry to /usr/bin/pinentry or delete it altogether. Note: you'll have to restart gpg-agent (killall gpg-agent && eval `gpg-agent --daemon`) for changes to gpg-agent.conf to take effect.

Hope this helps somebody, since none of my googling found this solution.

Feb 01, 2007 : turkey wad

Now that I've thoroughly disgusted some of you.... "turkey wad" is a phrase that my family and I actually use. I think the general meaning is the same as "dork". Has anyone else heard this phrase? Google only reveals a few myspace comments with this meaning. Parents, sisters, any idea where we got this from? My guess is from Mom's side of the family.

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