I want to install a new version of
To install that, I need
gnupg2. I installed it using
brew, but it could not be linked.
I get the following error message when linking with
brew link gpg2:
Linking /usr/local/Cellar/gnupg/2.1.20... Error: Could not symlink bin/gpg-agent Target /usr/local/bin/gpg-agent is a symlink belonging to gpg-agent. You can unlink it: brew unlink gpg-agent To force the link and overwrite all conflicting files: brew link --overwrite gnupg To list all files that would be deleted: brew link --overwrite --dry-run gnupg
I have no idea what the
gpg-agent does and if I can savely overwrite the link without destroying something that my system somewhere needs.