How to give the keywork from command line.
Mario Castelán Castro
mariocastelancastro at gmail.com
Sun Feb 28 16:41:13 CET 2010
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February 27th 2010 in gnupg-users at gnupg.org thread "Hot to give the
keyword from the command line"
Thanks Laurent, it works :).
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2010/2/28 Laurent Jumet <laurent.jumet at skynet.be>:
> Hello Mario !
> "Mario Castel n Castro" <mariocastelancastro at gmail.com> wrote:
>> Hi, I'm doing a bash script for pack (Tar), compress (lzip or bzip2)
>> and encrypt (GPG with Rijndael 128) very important files, but is
>> supposed to be non interactive, shouldn't ask the user for password
>> when executed, please can you tellme how I can give it from the
>> command line arguments?.
> --passphrase-file FILE
> means that the first line of FILE will be used as passphrase.
> --passphrase STRING
> uses STRING as the passphrase.
> Additionnaly, you'll probably need all or some of the switches:
> to suppress console interaction.
> Laurent Jumet
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