Mon Dec 24 16:27:04 2001
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I have not found the -o option to work very well in a Windows environment
(Win2000 and Win98). Instead I use a redirect at the end of the command
line. For example --export-ownertrust >my_output_file.txt It works fine
with every GPG command.
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From: "FRANK HUBENY" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sent: Monday, December 24, 2001 6:11 AM
Subject: trust.gpg ?
> I am new to gnupg, and as such do not always understand the gpg.man. So
> I may have misunderstood the command.
> I am useing gpg 1.06, and windows 2000 with service packs one and two
> The command follows:
> ( --export-ownertrust )
> I have tryied this command with the command ( --output c:\trustdb.txt ).
> But he output always is put on the screen. Never a file. The only way
> I have been able to export the file is to use ( --enarmor trustdb.gpg ),
> this gives a armored back up which I can dearmor. I hope that this way
> is alright as a work arround.
> Thank you for your time.
> Frank D. Hubeny
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