alphasigmax at gmail.com
Sun Jun 25 04:24:16 CEST 2006
Bob Henson wrote:
> Would someone kindly confirm the gpg.conf line for setting the keyring
> directory elsewhere than the standard one, please. As far as I can see,
> the --homedir command sets the directory for the executable files, but
> I'm not sure what to set to move the keyrings to another path to the
> standard (Win XP) path of ...../application data/gnupg. Maybe it's an
> environment variable needs setting?
From the manpage:
Set the name of the home directory to directory If this
option is not used it defaults to "~/.gnupg". It does not
make sense to use this in a options file. This also overrides
the environment variable $GNUPGHOME.
However, the "best" fix on Windows is in the registry:
"HomeDir"="C:\\Documents and Settings\\Username\\Application Data\\GnuPG"
"OptFile"="C:\\Documents and Settings\\Username\\Application
Death to all fanatics!
Down with categorical imperative!
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