pass phrase in command line?
Foltynski, Jarek D
Mon, 9 Oct 2000 10:17:03 -0500
Thanks a lot!!!
I appreciate your help.
If you don't mind I have one more question (the last one). I want to run
automated decryption process invoked from Java. And I do need to do that
for private key protected with password (I understand that this doesn't
protects enough, since private key ring is accessible, but for business
people, to remove password from private key sounds really bad! :-)).
I could do this with option --passphrase-fd 0, and write to stdin. It works.
But is there any option that allow the same from command line?
BTW: I did not find options: --always-trust nor --allow-non-selfsigned-uid
on any man page (http://www.gnupg.org/gpgman.html nor man file attached with
install package). Perhaps there is more detailed man somewhere else.
Also I think the archive of questions and answers (not only FAQ) could be
placed somewhere on Web.
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Sent: Saturday, October 07, 2000 9:31 AM
To: Foltynski, Jarek D
Subject: Re: can't import public key
[Friday, 06/10/2000] Foltynski, Jarek D:
> operation (even if I signed imported public key with
> local private key and set trust mode to full:
> --edit -> trust -> 4).
> I would like to create automated process.
> I tried use option --yes, but did not work.
> Is there any way to do that?
Just add the '--always-trust' option.
(Why don't you read the man page a bit more carefully?)
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