How to use "--print-md *"
Wed Jul 18 13:16:01 2001
On Wed, Jul 18, 2001 at 06:09:48PM +0800, ChingChe_Chen@asus.com.tw wrote:
> I don't know why that the option --print-md can not use * for all
> Is I used wrong method? Or I misunderstand about this option?
I assume that you have to escape the * from the expansions performed
by your shell, e.g. put it like
gpg --print-md "*" Filename
For me that works fine and I get
Filename: MD5 = B7 EB 1C 8B 30 81 8C BD 0F D9 98 28 13 B6 A9 A2
Filename: SHA1 = E15F 068F 105D 9E0B 6700 C71E 5F21 4E47 B6D7 C164
Filename: RMD160 = 5B5D DBF5 7420 6D06 D429 BAEC EF77 4969 9BC7 97FC