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SOLVED: GPG sign Git commit on repository owned by root

CMCDragonkai:

I have a Git repository owned by the root user that I can access with sudo. Normally in order to use this repo with Git, I use sudo -E git .... The -E flag is necessary so that the Git within sudo inherits my default Git configuration such as author... etc.

I decided to try GPG signing of this repository, so I enabled the options.

> sudo -E git config user.email 'EMAIL' && sudo -E git config user.signingkey 'SIGNINGKEY' && sudo -E git config commit.gpgsign true && sudo -E git config tag.gpgsign true

However upon trying to do a commit:

> sudo -E git commit --allow-empty -m 'Test commit'

error: gpg failed to sign the data
fatal: failed to write commit object

However it does not appear that gpg can sign this repository with my GPG keys that exists in my user profile.



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