Piping stdout to more or less?
Fri Aug 24 17:22:01 2001
This is highly dependant on your shell. tcsh for example pipes both stderr
and stdout together (always). I see you are running an -ac kernel. This
probably means your Linux install is customized. What distro was it, and
what are the versions of your shells?
On Fri, 24 Aug 2001, Robert A. Knop Jr. wrote:
> > > things don't work as they ought to. I don't see the prompt for the
> > > password; this is unsurprising, since it's probably lost somewhere in the
> > > pipe. I type my passphrase, and then the cleartext is priunted to
> > > the
> > I never seen such problems and I am using it regulary.
> > > I've also tried less, with the same problem. Instead, all of the keys I
> > > press are echoed back to the screen after the More prompt at the bottom of
> > What version of GnuPG are you using and what operating system?
> anotonio% gpg --version
> gpg (GnuPG) 1.0.6
> anotonio% uname -a
> Linux antonio.tmnwh.net 2.4.8-ac10 #1 Thu Aug 23 22:01:46 CDT 2001 i686 unknown
> I've tried
> gpg --output=- file.gpg | more
> under both tcsh and bash. Both have the same problem: the keys I hit
> aren't going to more as commands, but appear on the tty.
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