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gpgconf is a command line tool used for managing GnuPG configurations and options. It enables users to modify various aspects of GnuPG behavior and settings. With gpgconf, users can interactively change keyserver options, preferred keyserver protocols, and supported algorithms. It can also be used to modify specific key-related settings, such as the default keyring, trusted keys, and keyserver preferences. In addition, gpgconf allows users to configure various aspects of GnuPG's networking behavior and proxy settings. The tool provides a unified interface to manage the configuration of both the system-wide GnuPG settings and the user-specific configuration. Users can use gpgconf to display the current GnuPG configuration and debug potential issues with the configuration file syntax. It supports a wide range of options and can be used to enable/disable components like the gpg-agent or the pinentry program. Gpgconf is a versatile and powerful tool that simplifies the process of managing GnuPG configurations and options from the command line. It is especially useful for system administrators who need to configure GnuPG across multiple users or machines.

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