I still haven't found a way to sign a file via seahorse yet in nautilus or the program in Fedora 18. I have the plugins and seahorse-nautilus installed too.
Anybody know how?
i'm currently using Fedora 20 with gnome
I'm trying to use seahorse
with seahorse-nautilus, i can now encrypt my file (right click on a file)
Unfortunately, if in want to decrypt a file, i have no option in the context after a right click.
Fedora ask me if i want to install kgpg even if i have gnome.
I just upgraded from 11.1 -> 11.2 with a clean install only retaining the /home partition. I see now that seahorse is being used for gpg and ssh agent communication. However for me this is not working. Any attempt to use the agent fails with a connection refused error. Even the gpg-connect-agent command doesn't work.
The development team behind the Seahorse application, a GNOME package used for managing passwords and encryption keys in the GNOMEKeyring, announced a few days ago the immediate availability for download and testing of the first Beta release of the upcoming Seahorse 3.10.
Elementary OS uses a program called files as the default file manager.
I would like to use Nautilus as my default file manager as used in Ubuntu 12.04 . I have GNOME Nautilus 3.4.2 installed on my machine, but however the only way to invoke this file manager is using the terminal.