#113 fixed
Luke Le

fixGpgHome fails to fix .gnupg permission due to unsufficient permissions

Reported by Luke Le | August 7th, 2013 @ 03:11 PM

Currently fixGpgHome is always run when a user logs in or once when the installer finishes.
While this is generally a good idea, it doesn't have the proper permissions to fix the permissions
of .gnupg when the user reboots.
Also, due to an oversight, it also doesn't have the permission to fix .gnupg permissions when
started at the end of the installation, since it's launched with user permissions and not root.

While it's not possible to fix this for reboots, unless SUID the script (and we shouldn't!),
we can at least fix this for the installer, by running the script using sudo.

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