Mon Dec 10 17:03:01 2001
I'd use tar to create the archive and then gnupg to encrypt it. I haven't
thought about it but you might be able to pipe the output from tar to gnupg
(especially if you use named pipes).
From: Ray Yang [mailto:ray@Princeton.EDU]
Sent: Friday, December 07, 2001 6:21 PM
Subject: Re: Recursive Encryption
Sorry for sending a blank response to the list. I hit the wrong
key in my mail reader. As penance, I read through the documentation, and I
don't think there is a way using gpg alone; the way I'd do it would be to
put all the directories into an archive, and then to encrypt the archive.
On Fri, 7 Dec 2001, Richard B. Tilley (Brad) wrote:
> Hello GNUpg users and freedom loving people across the world!
> I want to use gnupg from the command line to encrypt many directories and
> files. I thought the easiest way to do this would be to instruct gnupg to
> perform this function recursively, but I can't find info at gnupg.org that
> shows how this can be done and the man pages say nothing about the matter.
> Could someone point me to a source of information that describes how to go
> about this. It is possible... isn't it?
> Thank you all.
> "If I know that everything I know is wrong, does that mean I'm right?"
> "GNU/Linux... may the source be with you!"
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