Mon Dec 24 17:56:01 2001
the redirect output ( > ) is a function of the windows shell. it takes
the out put from the command on the left of the > and sends it to a file
named on the right. to use it you will not want to use the -o or
--output command associated with gpg. just issue the command as you
would to get output to the screen then append something like
>myfile.gpg to the end of the command line.
FRANK HUBENY wrote:
> Hello Jim;
> Does this ( > ) redirect only work for exports. I did not have to use
> it when I exported my keys. I just put the file name behind.
> I suppose that redirect means output only, but I will ask because I
> never have had to use it before. Is this a Linux command ?
> Hope it does not anger, amusement is fine.
> Frank D. Hubeny
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