jan at intevation.de
Mon Feb 26 19:55:17 CET 2001
On Fri, Feb 23, 2001 at 12:01:20AM -0800, Mr. Pain wrote:
> How could I use GnuPG on a computer where I have
> no write access to the windows registry (which
> would mean I couldn't set the gpg path)?
are you sure you don't have access to the registry?
Usually gpg tries to write to the 'current user' section
of the registry ...
However, I am not familiar with Windows so it might be
that Windows can be configured in a way really no one
may write to the registry.
It should be fairly easy to add alternative evaluation of
GNUPGHOME in the case nothing is found in the registry.
Jan-Oliver Wagner http://intevation.de/~jan/
Intevation GmbH http://intevation.de/
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